Antalis unveils a summer of events
The Antalis Digital Academy has unveiled a busy programme of events for the summer, including new workshops and locations,plus its inaugural Digital Breakfast Seminar.
Taking place on 30th June 2017 at Antalis’ Digital Academy, based in Coalville, Leicestershire, the new Digital Breakfast Seminar is aimed at print business leaders and will provide networking opportunities as well as the chance to hear two inspirational speakers. Independent print consultant, Sean Smyth, will be exploring the drivers that are encouraging the adoption of digital print, along with ideas for future investment, while James Cameron, founder of the Forces’ Motorsports Charity, will share stories of bravery and endurance and reveal how digital printing is playing a small part in racing, retraining and recovery of those affected by military operations.
The seminar is part of Antalis’ ongoing commitment to provide an information hub, live demonstrations and training to those wishing to expand their digital print offering.
Antalis is also taking its Digital Academy on the road again, this time to Newcastle, whereThe Digital Academy Introduction to Digital Photobook and Personalised Printing and Finishing workshop will take place at the premises of Taopix on 28th June 2017.
The workshop, which includes hands-on sessions on softback and hardback photobook production, will be led by tutors Lewis Price, Sales Director of Ashgate Automation, Neil Bather, Managing Director of Transeo Media and Dianne Moralee, Sales Director of Taopix. The workshop is aimed at companies using small format digital technology that are looking to broaden the range of their output to include printing and finishing photobooks and other personalised printing.
July sees the return of the Digital Academy’s Adobe Digital Workshops, which will be presented by Martin Perhiniak, who has been voted one of the world’s top 10 Adobe tutors. Each of the five-day workshops covers a different Adobe-related topic, from foundation level to advanced.
A brand new workshop aimed at companies with large format inkjet technology that wish to print wallcoverings has just been launched. The Digital Academy Wallcoverings Application Workshop, led by tutor Tom Earthrowl, will provide a complete overview of all aspects of wallcovering application as well as practical hints and tips. The first workshop is scheduled for 20th June 2017 and, with just six places available, attendees will be assured of quality time with Tom. It is the latest release of a number of workshops in development in line with Antalis’ aim to continually provide up-to-date courses to reflect market development and demand.
Full details of workshop dates and availability can be found at Antalis’ dedicated digital website. Visit: digital2business.co.uk/digital-academy.