Graph Expo is now PRINT®

prwhite

Administrator
Staff member
It’s official, according to the Association for Print Technologies’ (APT)—formerly NPES—latest press release, PRINT® is the new brand name for its annual, print-centric industry event, going forward. Gone are the days of alternating between the names: Graph Expo & PRINT_ _ (insert the year here, in increments of 4).

This event name change was alluded to in their press release citing their organizational name change from NPES to APT, but now it’s official. This year’s PRINT 18 is scheduled for Chicago, 9/30 – 10/2, 2018, at McCormick Place-South.

According to APT, their new branding initiative reinforces the value that empowers their members, through the learning & networking that take place at the annual event. PIA & Idealliance will continue to support PRINT as event sponsors.
 

gordo

Well-known member
It’s official, according to the Association for Print Technologies’ (APT)—formerly NPES—latest press release, PRINT® is the new brand name for its annual, print-centric industry event, going forward. Gone are the days of alternating between the names: Graph Expo & PRINT_ _ (insert the year here, in increments of 4).

This event name change was alluded to in their press release citing their organizational name change from NPES to APT, but now it’s official. This year’s PRINT 18 is scheduled for Chicago, 9/30 – 10/2, 2018, at McCormick Place-South.

According to APT, their new branding initiative reinforces the value that empowers their members, through the learning & networking that take place at the annual event. PIA & Idealliance will continue to support PRINT as event sponsors.

Looking at the show floor booth vacancies it's going to be a quiet local Chicagoland event.
 

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