FTA Announces New Dates for Fall Conference 2022
Save the date for FTA’s Fall Conference 2022, which takes place Oct. 11-13 in Covington, KY, just over the river from Cincinnati, OH. The event will explore the theme “The Future Is Here” with insightful flexographic industry professionals addressing timely topics in eight technical sessions. The dates were recently moved by one week to avoid conflicts on a busy fall calendar.
At the heart of the three-day technical conference will be a groundbreaking print project. Presenters will share what they learned from the project along the way, and each attendee will receive print samples to examine and follow along. On the final day, a pair of ask the experts-type sessions will take place at both basic and advanced levels that will be informative to all attendees.
“Fall Conference 2022 will show attendees new ways of managing the flexographic printing process with the right methodology to improve color accuracy and consistency, while also simplifying communication between all parties involved in the process—from designers to press operators to brand owners,” said Fall Conference 2022 Program Chair PJ Fronczkiewicz of XSYS Global. “My biggest hope is that attendees of the conference leave with the feeling that they truly learned something new, and that they have fresh insight into something that can help them, their business, and their customers.”
INFOFLEX at Fall Conference will return in 2022 after an extremely successful expansion in 2021. The exhibition attracted more exhibitors and a 50 percent growth in printer/converter attendees. INFOFLEX at Fall Conference 2022 will once again have expanded show hours, full-size exhibitor booths and an enlarged show floor, catering to the demand for more opportunities to network and see the latest developments in flexography. Reserve your booth early by contacting Jay Kaible at 631-737-6020, ext. 120 or email@example.com.
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