Colordyne Technologies is inviting converters and packaging suppliers throughout Wisconsin and Northern Illinois to attend the Label & Package Printing Industry Day, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday, June 25, at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, 1721 W. Canal St., Milwaukee
The day-long seminar, co-sponsored by Colordyne, aims to educate attendees on the current trends affecting both the regional and global labeling and packaging sectors. Topics will include:
• State of Label Industry: International Trends, Opportunities and Best Practices
• Americas: What’s Hot in the Labels & Packaging Sector
• TLMI: Who We Are, Where We Are, and Why You Should Come Along
• End user discussion on market insights with Sprecher Brewing Co.
“Label & Package Printing Industry Day is an event that brings together converters and packaging suppliers from throughout the region to collaborate on ideas affecting our industry,” said Gary Falconbridge, President/CEO, Colordyne Technologies. “If you’re in the converting and packaging industries, Label & Package Printing Industry Day is definitely a must-attend event.”
Label & Package Printing Industry Day is free to attend. To reserve your seat by June 12, download the form from this link and follow the directions http://goo.gl/0iFuh7. Following the seminar later in the evening, attendees are encouraged to attend an optional networking event at Summerfest at the Henry Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Drive, on Milwaukee’s lakefront.
Located 12 miles west of Milwaukee, Colordyne is a leading manufacturer of affordable, high-speed, high resolution Industrial, Commercial and Production Class label and tag digital color printers serving brand owners in the private label and label converting markets. Its newest label printer, the 2600 Series Mini Press, is targeted for label converters and brand owners alike who are looking for an out-of-the-box roll-to-roll digital printing solution to handle the ever-growing consumer demand for short run digital labels.
For more information on the Label & Package Printing Industry Day, go to http://goo.gl/0iFuh7.