DPC Director Joanne Vinyard says details regarding the initiative, known as M4D, will be unveiled at a press conference on September 11, 2005.
The Digital Printing Council (DPC) is a premier program of PIA/GATF (Printing Industries of America, Inc. and the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation) that provides its members and the printing industry with informative tools and publications that are designed to help firms be more productive, efficient, and generate more sales with new digital technologies.
This year, the DPC has been busy developing a unique program with the support of leading companies such as Adobe, Canon, HP, Kodak, and Xerox as well as RIT and CalPoly. The Program will help print providers connect with a wide range of markets, and with the kind of segment-specific solutions that will garner immediate attention, meet unique needs, and generate new business, says David Torok, President and CEO of Padgett Printing and Chair of the Digital Printing Council Steering Committee.
To be immediately informed of the Digital Printing Council M4D program when details are released, interested parties can register their email address at M4D@piagatf.org
About Digital Printing Council
The Digital Printing Council is a premier program of PIA/GATF that focuses on research and awareness about digital and personalized printing that are meant to enhance members knowledge about the complexities of digital printingcritical applications, industry trends, selling and marketing to customers and customers customers.
Most of this information comes in the form of publications, newsletters, and other printed products. The DPC also makes available an online archive of materials that can be accessed by the public and by members. As part of their membership, Digital Printing Council members also receive Designing4Digital, a multi-media customer education package series (including 2 CDs, a book, PowerPoint presentation, and more). In 2005, Digital Printing Council research studies included: The Future of Direct Mail, Color Variable-Data Imaging, and Compensating Your Digital Team.