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At FUJIFILM Virtual Exhibit 2021, we are organizing a series of seminars with experts from a wide range of fields.
They will give you tips on how to solve a wide range of problems and provide you with information on trends that will broaden your business.
June 24, 2021 7:30 (CDT)／14:30 (CEST)
Keynote Session The Graphic Arts Industry and the New Fujifilm
Speaker: Jim Hamilton / Hiroaki Shimosaka
Introducing industry trends in pandemic, apps that are expected to grow in the future, and the role that digitalization will play with. In addition, the two parties will discuss how Fujifilm can help them grow.Live Streaming
June 25, 2021
The Future is Smart and Connected
Speaker: Ryan McAbee
The session will focus on key market trends surrounding Smart Print Manufacturing (Smart Factory) and existing market challenges limiting print service providers transformations. Based on market research by Keypoint Intelligence, we will also discuss the role of traditional print MIS solutions for Smart Print Manufacturing and highlight the value of Fujifilm Solution for production printing workflows.VOD Streaming
June 25, 2021 9:00 (CDT) ／16:00 (CEST)
Future of Digital Flexible Packaging
Speaker: Sean Smyth
The session will share the latest market forecasts developed by Smithers as the basis for the Future of Digital Packaging and Labels to 2026 report, showing market development in specific regions and Several of the latest examples of brand owners.Live Streaming
June 25, 2021
Technology driving change for variable data on direct mail and transaction print
Presenter: Greg Balch / Shane Tansey / Ankur Mour
We still think of inkjet as relatively new in the printing industry. However, Inkjet printing has been used for decades to provide the variable portion of direct mail and transactional print such as addresses, barcodes, and personal information. This was an early victory for inkjet. As a result, operational precedents and expectations for digital printing in this market are deeply rooted and often based on the limitations of inkjet as they existed many years ago when the technology was truly new. This session will explore how this has affected the business of direct mail and transactional print, what opportunities might exist when looking at variable data Add-on print modules with a fresh perspective, and how change can be managed when modernizing digital printing in this market. Hear how Fujifilm Integrated Inkjet Solutions is increasing uptime, lowering maintenance needs, and increasing the reliability of variable data inkjet as well as opening new options for color capabilities without having to sacrifice print productivity.VOD Streaming
June 28, 2021
Digital Printing Value & How to Sell it
Speaker: German Sacristan
The printing market is in the midst of major uncertain changes due to the COVID-19. How quickly can the new value created by digital printing contribute to profits? Keypoint Intelligence analyst German Sacristan will provide a talk on digital printing trends, which many business owners are highly interested in, and forecasting changes after 2021.VOD Streaming
June 28, 2021 9:00 (CDT) ／16:00 (CEST)
Challenges and opportunities for commercial printers post-COVID
Speaker: Marco Boer
With business and shops closed for many months during COVID, all of our habits changed, including how we buy print. When print is ordered now, it has to be more relevant, more impactful, rather than provide the lowest cost. This means the trend to ever shorter run-lengths accelerated faster, as did the frequency of these ever-smaller orders. In short, there is lots of pressure for commercial printers to find a way to handle these growing jobs more efficiently. Fujifilm's JPress technology complements offset in this regard, as those types of jobs can be shifted from offset which is less efficient at handling small, high frequency print jobs. With the introduction of the latest 5,400 B-2 sheet version of the JPress, commercial printers can now extend the run-length and even replace some offset print. The JPress’s ability to print heavier substrates also allows it to address applications like folding carton printing, opening the door to new, profitable, incremental revenue for commercial printers. In short, JPress is a versatile tool for commercial printers that will help them be successful for years ahead.Live Streaming
June 29, 2021
The State of Wide Format Printing 2021- Roadmap to Recovery
Speaker: Eric Zimmerman
In 2020, Wide format printing endured unexpected changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As we strive to move toward recovery in 2021, we have seen continued shifts and modifications in several key wide format segments.
Join us as we recap the top trends through the first half of 2021 and several predictions moving forward, based off the Keypoint Intelligence 2020-2024 forecast and primary research from key wide format market segments.
These trends will have a significant impact on how print service providers should serve their customers and grow their businesses as we continue into economic recovery.VOD Streaming
June 29, 2021
A digital imprinting strategy for packaging
Presenter: Greg Balch / Shane Tansey / Jamie Walsh
Though the needs for variable data and personalization in packaging are increasing, the addition of digital presses to existing packaging production lines can sometimes be a daunting change for high volume, high speed production. This panel discussion will explore digital inkjet imprinting and retrofit strategies for packaging, specifically corrugated and folding carton. Existing analog printing equipment often involves sizeable assets customized over time to suit the necessary production environment. In such cases, digital imprinting modules can be added to backfit such equipment with modern high speed inkjet without having to sacrifice production speed or replace sizeable press assets. Hear how Fujifilm Integrated Inkjet Solutions conforms digital to existing processes as an alternative to changing processes to add digital printing.VOD Streaming