Now Available to Order: Free InPrint Show Preview with Full On-site Conference Programme and New InPrint White Paper on Growth Potential for Industrial Inkjet
The comprehensive Show Preview for InPrint, from 10-12 November 2015 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany, is now available to order. A few days ahead of the start of online registration, the preview provides all relevant information on the specialised show for industrial print technology. In line with that, InPrint has also just released a new report on the growth potential of industrial inkjet. InPrint 2015 will showcase the latest technologies, machinery & components, equipment, tools and services for printing on metal, plastics, foil, textile, glass, ceramics, wood and other substrates by using speciality, screen, digital, inkjet, 3D.
InPrint Show Review now available to order, including full conference programme with more than 60 sessions
The comprehensive and free show preview can now be ordered from the InPrint website as a PDF or a printed copy. It is an informative and motivational device in the run-up to the show, published in both German and English.
Apart from providing general information on the show as well as the exhibition profile and visitor profile, it contains up-to-date short profiles of the InPrint exhibitors, including products and stand number as well as specialised articles on industrial print trends, market developments and forecasts by experts from industry and research. Rounding off the content are show highlights such as the full three-day conference programme held alongside the show. More than sixty sessions will take place in the two theatres “Conference Stage” and “InPrint Forum”. Renowned industry experts, such as representatives from HP, Heidelberg and University of Sheffield, will focus on trends and key areas of development in functional, decorative and packaging printing. The updated conference programme can be found under the menu item “conference” on the InPrint-website.
The free digital show preview, as well as the printed copy, is available to order from the InPrint website by filling in the information request form in the visitor area. Here, visitors can also activate other services, such as delivery of the visitor brochure and newsletter or a registration reminder.
New White Paper by I.T. Strategies forecasts 36% growth for industrial inkjet
The new free white paper “What is the Future of Digital Industrial Print”, written by Mark Hanley of I.T. Strategies on behalf of InPrint, is now available to order from the InPrint website as a free PDF.
Figures and insight related to recent trends and developments show that industrial digital and inkjet printing continue to gain momentum with accelerated growth forecast of 36% (cumulative average) between 2014 and 2020. The analysis in the report demonstrates that as demand for inkjet continues to develop and mature, its adoption within industrial print markets is set to accelerate. In addition, the report outlines key sectors for growth and sector analysis, such as various flooring markets.
The White Paper is part of the InPrint show programme of ‘Leading the Future of Industrial Print’ for developing industrial print and the exhibition. The white paper author, I.T. Strategies’ founder Mark Hanley, will introduce the report in his keynote, at 10.30 am on Tuesday, 10 November, opening the three-day InPrint conference that comprises more than sixty sessions. I.T. Strategies is a Boston-based custom consultancy house serving the digital print vendor community.
InPrint Show Co-Founder Marcus Timson comments, “The cumulative average growth rate is now estimated by I.T. Strategies to be 36% between 2014 and 2020, representing an increased adjustment based upon 2013. However, the report also shows that there are significant challenges which digital and inkjet must overcome within various manufacturing sectors in order to become accepted as future technologies.“
Frazer Chesterman, Co-Founder, concludes, “The findings from the report really serve to support the fact that InPrint is the perfect event for those within the manufacturing and print technology sectors coming together to solve problems and collaborate. Here, they can create customised print technologies for industrial manufacture. This report is just a part of our continued commitment to share insight back into the growing industrial print community.”