Upcoming Events

  • webinar_icon_120x88 Your Business Can't Win Without a Tribe

    February 27, 2020 2:00 PM to 2:45 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

    Attendees will come away with an understanding that one cannot succeed in our expanding print industry by standing alone on an island. Build a tribe of like-minded and goal-driven individuals within our industry, partner with complementary technologies, and hear about real-world success stories to motivate you and...
  • TAGA_Logo PIA TAGA Conference

    March 15 to 18, 2020

    Join us for the TAGA 2020 Annual Technical Conference being held March 15-18 in Oklahoma City, OK! The TAGA Annual Technical Conference is a premier event that recognizes the most prestigious and comprehensive advancements for graphic arts sciences and technologies.
  • SGIA Digital Color Professional Alder Color Solutions Color Mgmt Boot Camp (Miami, FL)

    March 24 to 26, 2020  |  Miami, FL, USA

    Learn how to save time and money in your shop with color management training and certification. Stand out from your competitors. This workshop uses the EFI Fiery XF RIP.

Advocacy Updates

  • Break Free from Plastic Pollution Act

    February 12, 2020

    Due to the continued challenges with the implosion of the plastic recycling market caused by many countries, led by China, refusing to accept many waste streams, action by the US Congress has been initiated. Inside, you'll find a brief review of the key provisions of this pending legislation from Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.).
  • New York Governor Signs Children’s Health Legislation

    February 12, 2020

    This bill requires manufacturers to disclose the use of chemicals in children's products and requires the Department of Environmental Conservation to make this information available to consumers. Read more here!
  • SGIA Urges EPA to Only Add Necessary PFAS Chemicals to New Reporting Requirements

    February 11, 2020

    The comments submitted by the US Chamber of Commerce, that were cosigned by SGIA, urged EPA to only add any more PFAS chemicals on an individual basis and not add them as a category. The comments also requested EPA to review the 160 PFAS chemicals added as a result of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act to ensure they meet the criteria for chemicals to be reported, among other things. Click here to read more.