GlassPrint will take place on 29-30 November 2017
The seventh edition of GlassPrint, Europe’s only dedicated event for the decoration of glass, returns to Düsseldorf, Germany on 29-30 November 2017.
Attracting an international audience of glassmakers, decorators, end-users, suppliers and brand owners, GlassPrint, Europe’s only dedicated event for the decoration of glass, has recently announced the conference programme for the 2017 edition, to take place in Düsseldorf, Germany on 29-30 November, now available at www.glassprint.org. Covering the latest advanced solutions for decorating all types of glass, highlights of the two-day programme include:
· An extensive series of technical presentations covering digital and screen processes that will detail the latest cutting-edge technologies for glass decoration, including revolutionary developments in 3D printing etc.
· Keynote presentations covering global printed glass market information, as well as topical addresses by industry figureheads representing leading bodies such as BV Glas, FEVE, Glass for Europe and Messe Düsseldorf/glasstec.
· GlassPrint LIVE! panel discussion, featuring a specially selected panel of glass decoration experts answering questions from the audience about topical issues. Previous panelists include representatives from Nestlé, O-I, SAHM, SCHOTT and Bormioli Luigi.
Until 30 June, delegates can take advantage of discounted early-bird registration rates at www.glassprint.org, inclusive of all conference presentations, networking dinner/lunches and a table-top exhibition area featuring leading suppliers of inks, pre-press technology, printing equipment and supplies. Taking place at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, space is limited so early registration is highly recommended.
Limited table-top exhibition space is also still available for companies wishing to promote their products and services to a captive audience of existing and potential customers.
GlassPrint 2017 follows the 2015 event that was deemed an outstanding success by a record audience of 200 attendees from 26 different countries in Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East. In recognition of its importance on the global glass event calendar GlassPrint is powered by glasstec and sponsored by glassglobal.com, Deutsche Glastechnische Gesellschaft (DGG), SGCDpro and the SGIA.
The event is jointly co-organised by ESMA, the European Specialist Printing Manufacturers Association, and Chameleon Business Media, publishers of Glass Worldwide and Specialist Printing Worldwide magazines.
GlassPrint will be staged immediately after the Direct Container Print conference that will introduce printers, packaging manufacturers and brand owners to the potential of direct to shape container decoration on plastics.