Mark your calendar for Fall Conference 2018, which will take place Oct. 29-31 at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel in Cleveland, OH, home to the world-renowned Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This annual event is expected to attract 375 industry professionals for 2018. Eager to grow their knowledge base during the multiple educational sessions while networking at the more than 65 tabletop exhibits, attendees will travel from across the country to be at this show.
Read Kevin’s insights into each Fall Conference 2018 technical session, the value of the Tabletop Exhibit between
and after those sessions, and how attendees will leave Cleveland better equipped to tackle their daily tasks.
“Imagine” All the Flexo Markets
“Born to Run” Workflow Efficiencies
“I Walk the Line” for Quality Compliance
“Welcome to My Nightmare” Color
Causes of “Communication Breakdown”
“Damn Your Eyes” Color Communication
“My Generation” Tomorrow’s Leaders
“Even Flow” Ink Transfer
Fall Conference 2018 doesn’t just take place in the same city as the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame—its technical sessions are named with an eye toward some of the musicians enshrined there. Listen to the songs that inspired each of Fall Conference 2018’s session titles.
Of the 64 companies, 17 are new for this year and include: Absolute, All Printing Resources Inc, Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials, AVT, Beta Industries, Catalytic Products International, Colorware USA Inc, Cyber Graphics LLC, Eye-C America LLC, GEW Inc, GlobalVision, InkSpec/Flexomaid, Polymag Tek Inc, SICPA, Soma Engineering, TLMI and Trelleborg Coated Systems.
To see the full list of exhibitors and the innovative products and services that they will be showcasing, download the show app by searching the iOS or Android app store for “FTA Events.”
What Do People Have to Say About Fall Conference?
Fall Conference 2018 Sponsors
Fall Conference 2017
Last year’s Fall Conference took place Oct. 9-11 in St. Louis, MO. Hundreds of flexographers attended the two-and-one-half day event to see the release of Flexographic Image Reproduction Specifications & Tolerances (FIRST) 6.0, hear a step-by-step discussion of the 2017 FLEXO Magazine Cover Project, have their most difficult flexography-related questions answered by an expert panel and network at 67 tabletop exhibits.
“We had some simple goals: celebrate the 20th anniversary of FIRST… and deliver solid technical content any flexographer could take back with them and put into practice,” said the event’s chair, Rory Marsoun of Esko. “I feel very confident we were able to meet those goals. Each moderator, presenter and panelist worked hard and came prepared with well-developed and relevant content.”
Read a full recap of Fall Conference 2017 to learn more about the sessions, presentations and attendee feedback from the event.