InPrint Launches Impressive Line Up of Ambassadors for Inaugural Industrial Print Show

Marcus Timson
(PresseBox) ( St Albans, )
InPrint: The Industrial Print Show, has launched its team of Ambassadors ahead of the show in April 2014.

Featuring the leading lights from the field of industrial print technology, the InPrint Ambassadors will play an active role in the development of the InPrint Show and the promotion of the event to the manufacturing and print sectors.

InPrint Ambassadors represent the leaders from the speciality, inkjet and 3D print technology sectors, covering the range of differing industrial applications that these technologies represent.

"The calibre of the InPrint ambassadors, and the quality of the organisations that they represent, sends a clear signal to the market that the InPrint Show is now firmly established as the forum for innovative print technology for industrial manufacturing. Since the launch of the show, the interest and the support from the industry has been inspiring. The success of the development of this event in a relatively short space of time proves that there is a significant need for an event focused upon print technology for industrial manufacturing." says Marcus Timson, Co-Director, InPrint.

InPrint Ambassador List:

Tom Cloots, Agfa
Tim Phillips, Xennia
Alessandra Borghi, Kiian
Eric Bredin, Stratasys
Oliver Beck, Thieme
Roberto Zinser, Canon
Graham Moore, Ricoh
Mark Alexander, Xaar
Mike Willis, IMI Europe
Mark Hanley, IT Strategies
Frank Seemann, Neschen
Miles Bentley, Lumejet
Sophie Matthews-Paul, Rockstro
Sebastien Hanssens, Caldera
Rob Haak, Spikix
Mike Horsten, Mimaki
Jon Bultemeyer, Marabu
Dr Rene Pankoke, Hymmen
Lorenzo Villa, 2bePartners, Italy

Industrial print is print that is used within a manufacturing process and that has either a functional or decorative purpose.

Industrial Print is currently the most exciting area of innovation for print technology.

Anticipated, by IT Strategies, to grow to $120 Billion by 2022 - the industrial print sector remains unaffected by the rise of new media. Linked to general growth in demand for consumer products, plus a shift towards the need for mass customisation of production, industrial print offers significant opportunity for businesses that adopt new technologies to service this demand.
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