Webinar: “I Didn’t Think You Could Do that with Inkjet!”

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Below is the invitation to register from WhatTheyThink:

Elizabeth Gooding and Mary Schilling Host “Unusual Inkjet Applications” on September 23

Inkjet has proven to be one of the most versatile printing technologies capable of printing and decorating a bewildering variety of substrates, surfaces, and objects—opening up new applications and opportunities for print service providers. Join us on September 23 at 1 pm ET for “Unusual Inkjet Applications,” sponsored by Canon Solutions America,” for an exciting session in whichInkjet Insight’s Elizabeth Gooding and Mary Schilling look at some unconventional inkjet applications and also break some stereotypes about what inkjet can be used for.

What you’ll learn:

  • How inkjet printing is far more than ink on paper, but ink on virtually anything
  • The cautions and caveats about printing on unusual substrates, and how to obtain optimal quality
  • New business opportunities in inkjet

Unusual Inkjet Applications: “I Didn’t Think You Could Do that with Inkjet!” will take place Wednesday, September 23 at 1 pm ET. Register for this session here.

This session is the latest installment in WhatTheyThink’s monthly half-hour LunchNLearn webinar series.

About the Author

Elizabeth Gooding


Elizabeth is the Editor and Co-founder of Inkjet Insight. She has a rare ability to see print related issues from many perspectives. She has managed creative teams on complex design projects, selected outsourcers for major brands and helped print organizations to retool operations, focus their market positioning and educate sales teams to accelerate growth. She works with a team of top analysts to translate experiences into tools, data and content to help print organizations evaluate the potential of inkjet, optimize their operations and grow pages profitably. She is a founding member of the Inkjet Summit advisory board, the co-author of an award-winning book on designing for inkjet and a curious consultant constantly seeking innovative ways to drive new pages onto inkjet presses.

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