Neopost is heading to Milan to speak at Print 4.0: print matters for the future
Following the success of last year’s event in Copenhagen, the annual Print Matters for the Future conference is back. Organised by Intergraf – the European Federation for Print and Digital Communication – the event is dedicated to the trends and topics that are impacting the printing industry. It is attended by leading names and businesses who share ideas and expertise around overcoming new challenges and sustaining growth.
This year’s event will be held 1st June and is extra special for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it sees the host city switch to Milan where it will be held within the Print4All fair – a trade show event dedicated to the needs of today’s commercial, editorial and industrial printing. Secondly, we’re among the experts speaking and leading a discussion!
Antony Paul, our Head of Enterprise Marketing, will be leading a talk in which he’ll explore the impact Big Data is having on the printing industry. As the amount of information available continues to explode, printers must improve their ability to process and analyse large data sets. Those that are able to enhance processes will deliver more effective campaigns, a source of competitive advantage over those which are not able to keep pace.
Antony will be delivering his talk at 12:00-12:30 and the full jam-packed schedule for Print 4.0 can be viewed here. There’s still time to register and attendees will also be able to experience the wider Print4All fair. For more information on registering, visit https://www.intergraf.eu/events/print-matters-for-the-future-conference/print-matters-2018.
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