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Explore with us the tools and tricks of the trade for implementing an automated extended gamut workflow in a Kodak Prinergy environment. See the real-world examples of our client results implementing Extended Gamut on a variety of coated, uncoated and plastic materials and learn how this has helped expand their business offerings and profit margins. Come see how easy it is to setup an automated extended gamut workflow, and the software, measuring tools, plate and CTP products used to attain this goal, as well as have any of your questions about EG answered by our experts.
You Will Learn
- How EG implementation is growing the top line
- How easy it is to setup an automated EG workflow
- The software, consumables and tools you need to succeed
- How this also applies to 4 color work as well
Attendees will come away with an understanding that one cannot succeed in our expanding print industry by standing alone on an island. Build a tribe of like-minded and goal-driven individuals within our industry, partner with complementary technologies, and hear about real-world success stories to motivate you and your business. This session will include: Identify the difficulties of “doing it alone”; Discuss the significant milestones in your life and how many would have been that much more difficult, if not impossible without the help of others; Finding that perfect partnership or technology to help your business and more importantly, your customers business do things better, differently or efficiently; How do you build a Tribe and what to do with one?; Building a partnership or tribe takes time, it’s about the long game, and can bring tremendous mutual benefits; Discuss real-world business strategies working today; Challenge yourself to look at your current business, identify where those outside your current tribe could benefit both you and them.
For the last 15 years, we have recognized thousands of printers and suppliers for their award-winning projects. To be a part of this powerful promotional tool for your business, you first have to enter! Past winners have found that winning a Print Excellence Award can be a powerful marketing tool in helping grow their business. Receiving an award in one of the largest, most prestigious graphic communication competitions in the United States tells your customers and prospects that your company produces some of the finest work available in our field. Therefore, choose your top-quality printed samples and start submitting them to the 2020 Print Excellence Awards.
Although your business might have independent contractors and employees performing the same or similar work, there are vitally important legal differences between the two. To avoid exposing your company to the possibility of significant fines and costly lawsuits, it is critical that you know when to classify a worker as an independent contractor and when to classify a worker as an employee.
Unfortunately, the “independent contractor vs. worker” question can be quite complicated.
Join us at this webinar to learn how to determine if a worker is an independent contractor or an employee, and how this designation impacts everything from tax withholding to the application of employment and labor laws.
Think of the iconic sports coaches: The inspirational locker room talks. Setting the game plan and selecting plays. Giving players feedback on form and fundamentals. This is what most of us think of when we hear the word coaching.
But when it comes to coaching problem solving, things are different.
In our world of continuously improving our print operations, coaching requires specific skills–skills that go against everything we’ve developed up until now. In this webinar, you’ll explore the key differences between problem solving and coaching problem solving and challenge yourself to two critical steps to transition from doing to coaching.
You Will Learn
- Key differences between problem solving and coaching problem solving
- How your problem-solving skills get in the way of coaching
- A specific, effective tactic to improve your coaching questions
- Two critical steps you can start today to become a better problem-solving coach
TAGA is the premier global association for individuals researching, developing, and studying graphic arts technology and hosts an Annual Technical Conference for print professionals, scientists, researchers, university professors, and students.
The 2020 Continuous Improvement Conference (April 5-8 in Columbus, Ohio) is the only annual event focused on helping custom manufacturers such as printing and converting companies achieve operational excellence by using the concepts of Lean manufacturing and other management and quality systems. Year after year attendees directly link reduced costs, lowered waste, and increased profit margins to ideas gained from conference presentations and networking.
Whether you’re starting a structured improvement program, or are looking for ways to sustain and improve your existing efforts, the conference has content specifically designed for your knowledge level.
Cal/OSHA Safety Order Section 3400 states: “In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital, in near proximity to the workplace, which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid.”
Printing Industries, through Occupational Safety Training Systems, is offering a four hour seminar in First Aid and CPR and one hour seminar in bloodborne pathogens. Individuals completing the training will receive national two year certification in CPR/First Aid and one year certification in bloodborne pathogens. In addition to compliance with Cal/OSHA safety requirements, this program is an opportunity to have trained persons in the workplace who can deal with basic medical situations or emergencies where well trained response may save a life.
The full 5 hour attendance is mandatory for certification, so please be prompt. Casual attire suggested, such as tennis shoes, jeans, walking shorts.
Save the Date!
Exhibit • Fine Dining • Entertainment • And More!
2020 Ben Franklin Executive of the Year Award & 2020 Winners of the Print Excellence Awards Competition
Maribel Campos, 323.728.9500 Ext. 210, email@example.com
Book Online at https://mydisneygroup.com/hdpe20a or call 714.520.5005 by April 1st.