Registration Now Open for PRINT® 19: The Printing Industry’s Longest-Running and Most Comprehensive Event

More than 17,000 Industry Leaders and 400 Exhibitors from 100 Countries Expected- “Where Creativity and Technology Converge in Chicago”

Reston, VA Registration is now open for the print industry’s most comprehensive and longest running event.  PRINT® 19, slated for October 3-5 at Chicago’s McCormick Place North, will bring together the leaders of the print industry from more than 80 countries.

The industry’s signature event will feature an incredible array of printing equipment and technology and 80+ educational sessions including hands-on labs, creating the nexus of critical business-building and networking that drives revenue growth across the industry’s entire $80 billion value chain.

Produced by the Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech), the industry’s signature event is enjoying a robust growth in the number of qualified buyers as well as an increase in the number of unique daily visitors and first-time attendees.

Pre-registered attendees can take advantage of complimentary programs including TechWalks, PRINT 19’s exclusive, expert-led, curated exhibitor tours based on a variety of technical topics of interest.  TechWalks is a highly rated, sought-after activation that is popular with attendees interested in the latest and greatest technologies available on the show floor.

“Our dynamic global industry is on a roll, and so is PRINT,” says Thayer Long, president, APTech. “This year’s show is where creativity and technology will meet, enabling all of the attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors from almost 100 countries to learn, engage, experience, and network for three days under one innovation-packed roof.”

Long notes that at the macro level, the entire value chain is being driven by tremendous growth and the meeting of design, advanced printing technologies, and ongoing digital innovation.

“As the premier event for the entire community of printing and graphic professionals—from creatives to executives, production specialists to sales and marketing teams—this is the place where business gets done,” says Long.

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