SGIA (Fairfax, VA) is offering two half-day programs on the eve of the 2017 SGIA Expo (New Orleans, Oct. 10-12), “Wide-Format 101: Four Steps to Profitability” and “Your Business: Prepare for Success.” Both sessions take place Monday, Oct. 9, 1-5:00 p.m.
“Your Business: Prepare for Success,” a returning workshop that’s been updated for 2017, covers time management, branding and marketing, sales and lessons learned by a successful printer. It’s designed specifically for new and growing businesses.
“Wide-Format 101: Four Steps to Profitability” focuses on the expanding array of opportunities for wide-format inkjet technology. Attendees will get an education in the technology and the vertical markets and product areas it can serve.
SGIA members will pay $49 (non-members $65) until Sept. 13, when prices increase to $65 (non-members $80). “Wide-Format 101” and “Your Business: Prepare for Success” are not included in the SGIA Expo + Education Pass.
Interested parties may register for these sessions when registering for the 2017 SGIA Expo at SGIAExpo.org.
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