Noida, Uttar Pradesh India (PressExposure) December 16, 2011 -- Set to be the milestone event for the printing and publishing industry, Printex 2011, will play host to 20,000 industry professionals displaying the latest modern technologies in use within the various factions of the industry. Lasting over 4 days at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, this event will offer enhanced networking opportunities to add to the excellent publicity start by being featured on the most trusted business website - Biztradeshows.
This December, Christmas comes early for the participating members of the printing and publishing profession, with vast opportunities being offered to businesses interested in further investment or hiring talented personnel. If you fit this profile, then this event is even more significant for you! With all the top brands and experts in the same room, this is as good a chance as any to learn about the various aspects of the discipline from the very best.
Exhibitors will be displaying their products and services in a variety of ranges such as Flexo & Gravure printing, plate making, remote and proofing systems, industry service suppliers, heat transfer equipment, and software among the many more reasons why this event should be carved in to your business diaries.
Need more reasons to attend? How about the fact that the visitors at the events representing the top production and quality control organisations, along with government agencies, commercial newspaper owners, leading businesses and media production houses, and all the top players in their fields, who can help your business expand.
The printing industry has already grown worldwide, despite the threats posed to it by television and the internet. The major leaps taken by the discipline in terms of technology, speed, its overall scope, have all been phenomenal. Now with this event, the industry can expand even more, using computers and electronic systems to speed up the processes of printing and adding further gloss to the quality standards this profession prides itself in.
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