On 6th July in Cambridge, InPrint is hosting a Development Group Meeting for exhibitors and partners within the industrial print community. The networking dinner is sponsored by Diamond Dispersions.
The aim of the event is to provide a forum for discussion for growing industrial print. InPrint Research conducted earlier in the year revealed some key issues that may prove to be impediments to growth. InPrint is committed to helping the market develop so have created a programme that is designed to give insight and inspiration for business growth.
Research that we have conducted has been both a qualitative and quantative. In essence this reveals a market with bullish growth potential. However that alone doesn't necessarily help a business to grow, especially when the core product is a disruptive technology which challenges traditional supply chains to change and take a risk. The programme outlines change, growing an inkjet business, leadership and the customers perspective.
InPrint Development Group Meeting 6 July ‘Growing Industrial Print’
Building a business isn’t easy. Developing breakthrough technologies isn’t straightforward. Gaining new customers in new markets is tough.
On 6th July, InPrint is running a development group meeting designed to challenge thinking and inspire action.
The theme is ‘Growing Industrial Print’
This event takes place at Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge. It’s our first development group meeting in this ancient City which is also one of the key centres for inkjet development in the world.
On the programme we have some great speakers:
Philip Whiteley, Author, Journalist
Session title: New Normal, Radical Shift
Philip is a journalist and author of ‘Unshrink’ and ‘New Normal, Radical Shift’. His session will cover change, leadership and the radical shift that is transforming life and business at the more enlightened companies. To what extent do we fully understand this radical shift? To what extent are we taking advantage of any opportunities that are presenting us? Philip provides an impartial, objective and knowledgeable perspective built up over years of observation and involvement in the world of modern leadership.
Bill Baxter, Inca Digital
Session title: Building Inca Digital
Bill launched Inca Digital back in May 2000. A graduate of Cambridge, Bill created one of the key inkjet success stories in Cambridge. The presentation that Bill will give covers the early days, the peaks, troughs, challenges and successes of building a highly successful inkjet business.
Klaas Kackmann-Schneider, Tarkett
Session title: Integrating industrial inkjet
If you think creating new technology is a challenge, being an industrial inkjet developer/customer isn’t easy either. Surface decoration is expected to be the ‘next big thing for inkjet’. But why is this sector brimming with interest in inkjet yet seemingly lacking in inkjet action? Klaas is a key project manager at Tarkett, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of vinyl flooring and Klaas has the responsibility for integrating inkjet. In this session he explains the challenges of being an industrial inkjet customer.
Simon Biltcliffe, WebmartUK
Session title: Growing a Marxist/Capitalist Business
Simon has grown a highly successful business with a difference which has a radical approach to people, motivation and redistribution of success. In a sector that is fully focused on technology, this story will provide insight and inspiration for optimising business performance.
The InPrint Development Group event is by invitation only, however if you would like to attend and have a business focused upon industrial inkjet or screen printing technology we may have an available space. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is sponsored by Diamond Dispersions