Inkjet Summit Event Summary
2015 will take place April 27-29,
2015 once again at the Ponte Vedra Inn &
Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
The Inkjet Summit 2014 was a major
success for both attendees and sponsors. Please see
the video below
for some highlights.
The Inkjet Summit is an invitation-only, hosted summit designed
for senior managers and business executives who want to understand
how current and future inkjet production printing technology,
software and solutions will impact their business and investment
decisions. This summit offers strategic level insights into
what printing industry leaders should do to improve and optimize
The Inkjet Summit provides a unique and valuable experience for
attendees to acquire this knowledge. Pre-qualified attendees
will meet and learn from the "who's who" in the inkjet space as
well as your peers who have or plan to install inkjet solutions.
Their peers will tell about the successes and challenges
encountered when implementing this new technology. They will
have access to THE industry leaders and experts covering THE topics
they need to hear about - all to help them make better
decisions. This unique format provides sponsors with 1:1
meetings with executives intimately involved with strategy and
purchasing across major industry segments:
- Direct mail/Marketing
- General Commercial Print
The Inkjet Opportunity
Over the next decade, Inkjet production printing technology and
solutions will prove to be a most disruptive force in the Graphic
Arts Industry. Industry forecasts show that Total Annual
Inkjet impressions will account for close to one-third of all
digital printing volume worldwide by 2016. As the interest in
Inkjet continues to grow, both print providers and
corporate enterprises are seeking understanding and guidance
from industry experts, peers, and market leaders to help develop
strategies, understand their options, and make major investment
decisions around Inkjet. Suppliers are looking
for ways to identify and develop relationships with these key
executives specifically interested in Inkjet solutions. The
Inkjet Summit is designed to meet the needs of both attendees and
sponsors together in a focused, exclusive, and casual business
Check out this VIDEO from the 2014 event!
The Inkjet Summit agenda and community of industry authorities
and advisors provide the depth of knowledge and expertise that
meets the requirements of printing professionals across
disciplines. The agenda addresses today's issues, trends,
technologies, software, supplies, and solutions. The Inkjet
Summit will evaluate the adoption of inkjet solutions and provide
case studies of successful implementations.
Hot topics to be covered include:
Making sense of What to Buy and When to Buy it
With more options available how do I choose the right system for my applications? Additionally, heading into DRUPA, new product introductions are abound. You need a roadmap to navigate the production ink jet printer purchase decision process.
The Business/Marketing Plan to Sell Ink Jet Pages
With production ink jet technology now having gone mainstream, a more sophisticated business model is needed to extract maximum value and profit from this investment. What are the requirements to build a successful business model and marketing plan?
Understanding the Inkjet Implementation Process
Once you have purchased a solution what are the other decisions that need to be made? What are the key challenges that need to be addressed to guarantee a smooth implementation process?
Book Printing - In Search of the Short-Run for Ink Jet
Large book manufacturers have enthusiastically adopted ink jet printing technology, printing hundreds of ink jet pages per month per site. Where are medium and smaller-scale book printers to look for opportunities?
Direct Mail and Marketing: Making the most out of Mail
The USPS is the biggest stakeholder friend in the direct mail printing industry. It recognizes its survival is dependent upon enabling direct mail print to become a higher value, more timely/interactive product.
Data Drives Volume & Revenue
Data and analytics are no longer optional. It’s for more than just the early adopters. Marketing and sales professionals are looking for ways to uncover context and insight when it comes to understanding the buyer’s journey.