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Specialty Graphic Imaging Association
Workshops

Webinar Series

Webinar Series

SGIA Webinars present essential information about today's hottest industry topics — from imaging technologies and business management issues to new laws and mandates affecting the community. 

The upcoming Webinars offer something to each industry sector, including: Wide-format digital imaging, screen graphics, finishing techniques, graphics installations and business management. 

All Webinars are free, 60 minutes in length and broadcast online beginning at 2:00 pm EST. Please see below for a complete Webinar schedule and session descriptions. 

Date: May 4, 2016
Presenter(s): Laura Maybaum, Jim Raymont
UV print processes can be a lot like our personal health. One day everything is fine, and the next day an unexpected bug causes trouble. This presentation addresses some of the most common “bugs” that befall the UV curing of inks, how to diagnose them and how to prevent them from happening.

Date: June 8, 2016
Presenter(s): David Fellman
Earlier this year, Dave Fellman launched the Printing Sales DNA Project, a research study to determine what skills, attitudes and personality traits are most important to salespeople in the printing realm.

Date: June 22, 2016
Presenter(s): Jennifer Heathcote
UV LEDs are rapidly emerging, offering printers fast drying, reduced energycosts and a superior sustainability profile. This session presents a completeoverview of the technology, including equipment, formulation, and covers the

Date: Jun 29, 2016
Presenter(s): Dan Marx
SGIA presents a summary of its just-conducted Specialty Graphics Industry Survey. This presentation will cover data highlights for graphic, garment, industrial and installation communities. Where does your company stand in comparison the broader industry?

Date: July 20, 2016
Presenter(s): Rick Hartwig
We all work with them: X-Acto blades, razor blades, utility knives, and cutter blades. These can be useful tools but if not used safely, they can also be dangerous items which have inflicted cuts, amputations, and punctures.

Date: July 27, 2016
Presenter(s): Marci Kinter
Beyond the feel-good veneer of sustainability there exists strong possibilities for companies to minimize corporate and/or financial risk, grasp new opportunities and create "space" for future initiatives. Find out how.