Registration Opens For FTA’s Rebranded Fall Technical Conference

FTA’s 65th anniversary celebration continues, as the Association has announced registration for Fall Technical Conference 2023, themed “Do More with Less,” is now open.

The three-day conference, formerly known as Fall Conference, will take place October 9-11 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown in Louisville, Kentucky.

This year’s Fall Technical Conference will feature an all-new CPC Connect program to attract brand owners, opportunities for printer/converters to attend for free, and an agenda built specifically to address the industry’s hottest topics and major areas of concern.

That agenda has a focus on people, processes and productivity while exploring how to do more with less, plus an INFOFLEX-branded exhibition that, together, will offer a mix of technical content, interactive learning experiences, one-on-one networking and a chance to connect with industry leaders.

In addition to showcasing a revolutionary new method for creating EG curves, sessions and presenters will emphasize the vital role of calibration, communication and process control in achieving unparalleled color accuracy. The conference will begin with a focus on enhancing productivity and product quality by investing in your workforce.

Inside INFOFLEX at Fall Technical Conference, package printers and converters can establish relationships and partnerships with companies dedicated to helping them grow their business, expand their product offerings and improve their production efficiency. More than 60 exhibitors will be present to showcase the latest advancements in flexography and package printing technology on the show floor. INFOFLEX at Fall Technical Conference is open in the afternoons of October 9 and 10.

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