The first promotional event of PAMEX 2023 started off at Guwahati with an interactive technical conference on 27th Nov 2022.
The event was organised by All India Federation of Master Printers, All Assam Press Owners’ Association, North East Print Tech and Print-Packaging.com (P) Ltd. The Conference was held parallel with North East Print Tech Exhibition (NEPT) at Maniram Diwan Trade Centre, Guwahati.
The conference was inaugurated by Raveendra Joshi (President, AIFMP), Raghabendra N. Dutta Baruah (General Secretary, AIFMP & Director Seven Star Publications Pvt. Ltd.), Pranab Talukdar (President, North East Print Tech), Dibyajyoti Kalita (President, All Assam Press Owners Association) and Anil Arora (President Print-Packaging.com).
Recording the registration of more than 170 delegates, the Conference aimed at discussing benefits of applying ‘Convergence’ in print. The panel discussion, held on the subject of ‘Emerging Trends- The Way Forward’, saw in-depth discussion on what convergence means for them and how they went about leading it from the front. The session was moderated by Raghabendra N. Dutta Baruah, and the panellists in discussion included Mannu Choudhary (CDC Printers, Kolkata), Jumi Deka Choudhary (Rumi Jumi Enterprises, Guwahati), Raj Kamal Gohain (Innovia Packaging Solutions, Guwahati) and Alok Hazarika (Konica Minolta, Kolkata).
The panel discussion was followed by a presentation from Aloke Hazarika on ‘Future of Digital Printing’. Aloke spoke about the adoption and extensive application of digital printing and also shared his thoughts on practical steps towards growth and profitability.
Samarendra Dash (Deputy General Manager, Regional Sales – Digital & Offset Printing System, TechNova Imaging Systems Limited), took over the dais for his presentation on – ‘The Next Opportunities In Print.’ Talking about enhancing offset and integrating digital, he also presented 3D technology as something to look forward to.
Vikas Verma (Product Manager, Digital Products & Solutions, Monotech Systems Limited) shared his insight on the topic – ‘Beyond CMYK: An inevitable Facet of Print.’ According to Vikas, the marketers value print enhancement and embellishments and the top five reasons for that is- it gives brand a premium look, captures attention of recipients, stands out from competition, enhances brand image and increases response rates.
The final talk was conducted by Surendra Dhote (Managing Director, Bharat Lithographing Co Private Limited) who gave an insight into ‘Green Press and Waste Control’’. The discussion engaged the audience and introduced them with some of the inevitable advancements that will shape the future of the industry.
The event was followed by a networking lunch and a visit to the NEPT exhibition.
The next stop of this Six City Road Show Journey is Ahmedabad on 9th December, followed by Pune on 23rd December and thereafter at Haridwar, Indore and Bangalore.
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