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Mixed Media: DTG and Embroidery
October 25, 2018In this presentation, you will receive an in-depth overview of how to combine embroidery with a printed design. This technique opens new, unique and creative ways that operators can complete in house.
How to Win the Customer Experience Battle Using Your MIS
October 4, 2018By the year 2020 customer experience (CX) will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator according to a Walker study. In a world where we can mimic our competitors' marketing and prices in an instant, CX is the new competitive battlefield.
How to Document Your Projects
October 4, 2018Assisting many brands to tell their story, what we see is a lack of discipline on how to capture visuals to tell your story. Join us as we propose a process and techniques to document project for your facility and brand. This process can be implement for any site facility.
3D Printing and the Graphics Industry
September 18, 2018This informative webinar provides a view of the current state of 3D printing industry, its printers, and its potential impact on the future of the graphics industry.
Culture Eats Strategy
September 6, 2018Do you have engaged team members who are committed to you and willing to put forth extra effort to deliver superior performance? Now is the time to build a culture of engagement.
Mixing Colors: Recruiting Exceptional Talent for a Creative and Technical Workforce
August 31, 2018This presentation will focus on ECI's discovery of an untouched market: Career opportunities for artists within the printing industry.
Finding New Niche Markets Because You are a Digital Decorator
August 16, 2018In this class we are going to skip the how-to portion that most people focus on and dig into Niche Markets you can go after when you are a Digital Decorator.
Proposition 65 is Just the Beginning
August 14, 2018In August, the new warning label requirements under California’s Safe Drinking Water Act, more commonly referred to as Prop 65, become mandatory. These changes are sparking discussion and controversy throughout the supply chain. Who is required to do what? This is just the tip of the iceberg.