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New hybrid event to launch for the print industry

A new “first of its kind” hybrid event has been launched by FM Future in response to changing demands for live events.

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(L to R) Frazer Chesterman and Marcus Timpson, founders of FM Future and organisers of FuturePrint & Pack Summit

FuturePrint & Pack Summit will take place on November 11th in Cambridge, UK and content will then be streamed globally every week from November 26th.

The event Summit will explore key topics such as the digitisation of packaging and other “problem solving content” in a new hybrid format to meet the varying needs and circumstances of industry members following the pandemic.

According to research conducted by organisers FM Future in partnership with Ricoh, the packaging sector has one of the greatest needs for an event such as this due to Covid accelerating demand for the digitalisation of the packaging and inkjet.

FuturePrint hosted a series of events throughout the pandemic which included content from industry experts and further afield. The events also explored the latest technology available for print and saw nearly 10,000 delegates from over 85 countries.

FuturePrint is a community dedicated to the advancement of print technology, and it is with this in mind that we can see that packaging represents a huge opportunity for inkjet

On what we can expect to see from the event, Marcus Timpson, co-founder of FM Future says: “FuturePrint is a community dedicated to the advancement of print technology, and it is with this in mind that we can see that packaging represents a huge opportunity for inkjet and other innovative technology to help solve the problems of tomorrow, today.

“The content will feature insight from brand owners and converters as well as updates and innovations from some of the world’s leaders in print technology. The fact is, the barriers to change have begun to be dismantled due to Covid and this event will address the challenges of right now, the trends impacting the sector and how innovative print technology can help in the future.”

The Summit will take place at Murray Edwards College in Cambridge which is home to over 20 inkjet-related businesses.

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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