The SGIA, an association focused on the production of signage and display graphics, has revealed its free sessions to take place over three days at Graphics Canada, running from April 16 to 18 at the International Centre.
The program, referred to as SGIA’s Specialty Graphics Opportunity Zone, is comprised of 13 sessions, five of which are to be lead by SGIA staff members, including: Introduction to Wide-Format Digital Printing on both Thursday and Saturday of the Graphics Canada show; Current Trends & Opportunities in Wide-Format Digital; Understanding Changes to WHMIS and New Ontario Safety Requirements; and Understanding Changes to WHMIS and New Ontario Safety Requirements.
The remaining session are to be primarily presented by technology suppliers, including Mutoh, Mimaki, Fujifilm, Esko and 3M. Printers Scott Crosby of Holland & Crosby and Sheldon Rier of Mitographics are involved in sessions focusing on the business of wide-format printing, while consultant Mike Ruff presents a session called Best Practices of the Most Profitable Digital Printing Companies.
More details about the SGIA sessions can be found at Graphicscanada.com.
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