The next stop for the Equipment Zone Roadshow will be in Baltimore, Maryland on Friday, June 14th from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
The purpose of this dynamic event is to bring the next level of solutions in apparel decoration and sign applications to you. The Equipment Zone Roadshow is designed specifically for those business owners and entrepreneurs who know they can no longer delay the addition of this remarkable digital printing technology and want to see it up close and live. Three main inkjet technologies will be onsite: DTG, Dye-Sublimation and Solvent.
We know printers and business owners are faced with an ongoing challenge to grow their business in the face of new and competing technologies, changing market dynamics and shifting customer expectations. We have assembled the EPSON printing Dream Team and created an event to show you how to adapt and thrive in converging markets. Our event is designed to be 50% classroom style and 50% on your feet, engaged with our trainers and technicians who will demonstrate the printing processes and answer your questions live.
Our experienced team will guide your through a day filled with education, proven strategies, timely tips, information, innovation and even some marketing inspiration. Planned topics include:
- DTG Printing is Revolutionary & Profitable
- What about Graphics & Platens
- Why Dye-Sub is so Popular and New Sublimation Trends
- Solvent Printing Your Way to the Bank
- Social Media Marketing Strategies for Printers
If you’re a business owner, production manager or entrepreneur about to start a new business that has an emphasis on apparel decoration, promotional branded merchandise, indoor or outdoor signage, or is researching Epson DTG, Sublimation or Solvent printers – THIS EVENT IS FOR YOU!
Coffee and Lunch is included. There will also be a few raffles! The Equipment Zone Roadshow is FREE, however, registration is required.
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