Ipex 2014 – The International Print And Marketing Convention

The Ipex 2014 is an international print and marketing event where the print and media industry can interact and explore the latest print and communication technologies for publishing and marketing campaigns. This is the perfect place for manufacturers, printers, publishers and agencies to debate and share creative ideas and strategies.

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This year, the convention will take place at its new home at the ExCel London, on March 24-29. The ExCeL London is the perfect place for this event, providing a state-of-the-art facility. It’s easy to access the venue by car or public transport, from London airports and from all over the city.
The Ipex 2014 attendees are about to discover the latest global technologies and advanced printing solutions from hundreds of international companies representing the entire print production medium. Over 170 leading industry experts will be speaking at the World Print Summit, Masterclasses and Cross Media Production seminar programs.
The speeches will address future trends and strategies, business growth and print production efficiency and the implementation of communication strategies across multiple platforms.

Interesting speeches and classes:

24 Mar 2014
A Cultural Shift within the Print Industry
Practical steps to integrate print in a mobile world
25 Mar 2014
Print: Doomed or on the Verge of a New Digital Renaissance?
Better business – The ROI from MIS
26 Mar 2014
The Evolving Role of Print for Consumer Marketing – Changing Attitudes to Print
Embracing Change to Stay Relevant and Grow Your Business: Lessons from TV and Press
New age of Print – Strategic marketing, creativity and great design
27 Mar 2014
Harnessing BIG Data to Understand your Customers Behaviour
Leading Innovations and Developments in Post Press
W2P – How to start out
28 Mar 2014
Futurevision – The World of Print in 2040
Getting the most from Variable Data Printing
29 Mar 2014
Technologies that will change print
The printer of the future – What will you look like?