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27 NOVEMBER 2013
The Print World 2014 trade show and conference will take place in Toronto next November 22-24 at the Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, Canada's premier show facility.

Housed in the city's bustling downtown area, Print World is primed to be the biggest graphics arts industry event of the year, featuring a host of cutting-edge equipment from the industry's key players. 

Previous exhibitors at Print World include Adobe, Agfa, Buskro, EFI, Epson, Fujifilm, GBC, Hans Gronhi Graphic Technology, KBA, Konica Minolta, Manroland, Mutoh, Presstek, Ricoh, Screen, Unisource, Xerox, and other leading brands. 

Save the dates, and stay tuned to PrintCAN.com and PrintWorldShow.com for more information.
17 JANUARY 2013
Print World 2012 in Toronto was bustling. Highlights of the trade show and conference included exhibitors showing off their wares, keynote speeches, special presentations and management seminars by industry experts, user group meetings, and a wildly popular mechanical bull hosted by Spectracolor.


Many exhibitors called Print World the best show ever

The photos below recap some of the trade show's key moments.
27 NOVEMBER 2012
Sydney Stone launched the new Matrix Series laminators at Print World 2012 with tremendous success. As the exclusive Canadian distributor for Matrix single-sided laminators, Sydney Stone launched both the MX-370 (13.5" wide) and MX-530 (20" wide) single-sided laminators for the first time at Print World. Both the MX-370 and MX-530 provide computer controlled single sided lamination that is delivered completely separated and ready for paper cutting or the next finishing process. With five units signed on the booth, Sydney Stone "is pleased that many attendees from the show responded so well to the new Matrix series."


From left are Sydney Stone's Dylan Westgate and Michael Steele, at right is Vivid's Bruce Cozen and Gavin Ward
21 NOVEMBER 2012
Exhibitors at the recent Print World trade show and conference in Toronto reported strong sales, with at least one reporting it was its "best show ever."

That comment was from PDS Pressdown, while Sydney Stone also placed several "sold" signs on its equipment. Therm-O-Type, Deposit Photos, Docuplex Printing, Technifold, International Binding & Laminating Systems, EFI Proofing Solutions and TAS Films were just some of the many others reporting success at the show.


Jackie Kisiloski from PDS with sold equipment
20 NOVEMBER 2012
If using different social networks is like attending different types of functions, LinkedIn is "like a chamber of commerce meeting," while Twitter is a cocktail party and Facebook is a large community gathering, said Robert Burns, founder of Tourmalet Advisory Services. 

"Where are your clients? Where are their prospects? That's where you have to be," he said about choosing between platforms. Speaking at Print World yesterday on how to use social media for business, Burns focused on LinkedIn. 
20 NOVEMBER 2012
While increasing services can be a daunting task, Jay Mandarino of C.J. Graphics thinks it’s worth the effort. "It's pretty hard to be a one-stop shop, but these days it seems that's what all the big companies want," he said in his Print World management seminar on value-added services.

Mandarino explored many actionable ways to increase profits and business; some of them were common examples including providing art and finishing; others were newer like direct marketing and printing on demand. 
20 NOVEMBER 2012
A veteran of ten Drupas, Frank Romano dubbed this year's exhibition "the Landa Drupa" during his Print World presentation about the highs and lows of the tech shown in Dusseldorf.

While the RIT professor emeritus predicted that "the new, humble Benny Landa" would make good on claims of a revolutionary new nanographic printing process by around 2016 (a Landa executive said earlier the first installs would be end of 2013), Romano told the crowd that printers looking to get into digital would have to consider buying other machines in the meantime.
18 NOVEMBER 2012
Warren Werbitt doesn't rely on statistics to make a statement about the state of the industry.

Instead, Werbitt (who rose to online fame through a video praising print) speaks from the heart, and he didn't disappoint during his keynote speech at Print World in Toronto on Sunday morning.
18 NOVEMBER 2012
It was decidedly the biggest story to come out of Drupa.

It’s nanography, a technology being introduced by Landa Digital. For the opening keynote at Print World in Toronto, Kristof Dekeukelaere, North American sales manager for Landa Digital, was on hand to speak to a Canadian audience about nanography for the first time.

Dekeukelaere said a projected $1 billion in orders were taken through letters of intent during Drupa for nanographic technology, with the first installs of the printers in development expected at the end of 2013.
11 NOVEMBER 2012
At Print World 2012, Robert E Thistle and CP Bourg will be showing for the first time in Canada the new CP Bourg PowerSquare 200, an innovative, complete bookmaking system for digital print applications.



Canadian debut of PowerSquare 200 bookmaking system for digital print
Canadian debut of PowerSquare 200 bookmaking system for digital print
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