INDUSTRY EXPERTS TO DELIVER EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS AT DSCOOP EMEA CONFERENCE

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Industry Leaders Nick Devine and Mike Ferrari are the speakers lined up for the Print United, Dscoop EMEA Conference to be held from 7-9 November 2012 at the Hotel Arts in Barcelona, Spain.

Devine is founder and publisher of The Print Coach, a company helping printers in 15 countries grow sales, increase profits and improve their marketing. He will present a Deep-Dive Seminar, a 1.5 hour in-depth session on High-Margin Selling: How to Find, Win, Keep and Grow the Most Profitable Customer in Your Market.

Ferrari is a packaging industry veteran who, after completing a successful 32-year career at the Procter & Gamble Company, founded Ferrari Innovation Solutions, where he coaches leaders and develops strategic innovation portfolios to guide business growth through packaging. He will deliver the session How to Talk to Brands.

The foundation of Print United is based on the successful conferences held in North America for the past seven years, but it covers topics specific to HP Graphic Arts customers in EMEA, said Jon Tolley, conference chairman and managing director at U.K.-based Prime Group. Delegates will be able to get the most out of their conference experience by choosing whether they would like to hear sessions delivered in English, Spanish, Italian, French or German.

In addition to the educational programming, Print United has expanded to include tours of Dscoop member shops and the HP EMEA Graphic Arts Customer Center on 7 November.

We are proud to support the community of HP Indigo customers coming together to network and grow their businesses through Dscoop, said Manel Martinez, vice president and general manager, Graphics Solutions Business, EMEA, HP. As the No. 1 digital printing association in the world, with more than 7,000 active members, Dscoop is known for its high level of education and support to help HP Graphic Arts customers grow their businesses.

All HP Indigo customers are invited to join Dscoop and register for Print United. The conference is only open to Dscoop members.