Artesia, CA (PressExposure) May 16, 2013 -- OnPrintShop web to print storefront is sponsoring WEBTOPRINT conference which will be held in two largest cities of Denmark - Copenhagen and Aarhus. The conference is scheduled to be held on May 28th and 29th 2013 and is also sponsored by Heidelberg.
A highlighting feature of this conference is the keynote speech which will be given by legendary Bernd Zipper of Zipcon Consulting. Mr Zipper has been dealing with the topic of Print E-Business and teaches it at University of Wuppertal. He has actively developed visions, concepts, and strategies that have helped several print industry players automate their processes.
At the conference we will have a 15-minute presentation of OnPrintShop and its web to print capabilities. We will also have a Q&A session for participants to know more about web to print and future of print industry.
The conference is a paid one where participants have paid almost US$500 to attend the conference.
Key players of the Danish print industry are expected to attend the conference. It will provide a good platform to these players to explore web to print as a business strategy. It will also give them a chance to interact directly with industry leader who have promoted the vision of online print business for a long time. They can get an overview of where the industry is headed and what will give them a competitive edge.
Further questions about OnPrintShop can be directed to:
Morten Reitoft - firstname.lastname@example.org - +45 60 14 30 36
Naresh Bordia - email@example.com
Further questions about the WEBTOPRINT Conference can be directed to:
Klavs Holm - firstname.lastname@example.org - +45 33 21 07 40
Visit online to know more about web to print conference: http://www.onprintshop.com/onprintshop-sponsors-web-to-print-conference-in-denmark.html
OnPrintShop, a web enabled prepress solution from India based Radixweb, has come up with several exciting solution upgrades over the past 6 months. But the most awaited one has been the corporate module which empowers even small sized printers to target high profile corporate segment.