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Free Webinar: Brands Benefit When White Graphics Steps In


by Donna Covannon

February 9, 2:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PST

Brands need their products and prototypes delivered in time to maintain continuity of supply on store shelves. If a brand’s product isn’t there, its competitors offer substitutes that can result in lost revenue and diluted brand awareness.

At this interactive fireside chat, learn how label and packaging printers can use digital production print technology to deliver on critical deadlines and keep products on store shelves. This event is your opportunity to learn from White Graphics, a western Chicago suburb-based label and packaging printer, which helps brands stay on course for critical product continuity and for key test marketing projects. White Graphics specializes in various print solutions for product labeling, prototype packaging and displays — delivering quality speed and value to its local and national clients — including other trade printers and their brands so they can compete and win.

Attendees can expect to walk away from this event with the following:

  • Inspiration on how to become more than a valued partner to brands but a hero to printed packaging buyers.

  • An understanding of how to use digital production print technology to create an impeccably accurate and agile workflow for package and label printing.

  • Real-world examples of how using materials such as FDA food-compliant dry toner can be a game-changer for label, package, prototype, and display print service providers.

  • An opportunity to become part of this live fireside chat discussion by directly submitting questions pertinent to your specific operation.

Come to this session armed with your questions. You'll be able to submit questions directly to our panellists for a live Q&A session during the hour.

Sponsored by Xeikon / Powered by NAPCO Media

Register here for free

Can't make it on February 9th? No problem! Packaging Impressions webinars are archived for 90 days after the live event.