Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, January 22, 2014—Printing Industries of America is currently seeking entries for the 2014 InterTech™ Technology Awards. Since 1978, these awards have honored technologies predicted to have a major impact on the graphic communications and related industries.
Manufacturers and suppliers of equipment and software covering any aspect of graphic communications operations are encouraged to enter their technologies at www.printing.org/intertechentries by May 31, 2014. An entry discount is available through March 31, 2014. Full details can be found at www.printing.org/intertech.
The InterTech™ competition is conducted annually by Printing Industries of America to identify the technologies shaping the future of graphic communications. To receive recognition, technologies must be truly innovative—not just an evolutionary improvement on an existing product. They also need to enable printers to operate more efficiently or offer new products or services. Finally, the technologies must be commercially available, yet not in widespread use.
Awarded technologies will be highlighted in publications, news releases, presentations, videos, and a special InterTech booklet sent to printing companies. Companies will receive their InterTech™ Star before an audience of industry leaders during the 2014 Premier Print Awards Gala featuring the InterTech™ Technology Awards held in conjunction with GRAPH EXPO 14, September 28, 2014, in Chicago, Illinois.
For more information on the InterTech™ Awards and the entry process, email email@example.com or call 1-800-910-4283 x710.
About Printing Industries of America
Printing Industries of America is the world’s largest graphic arts trade association, representing an industry with approximately one million employees. It serves the interests of thousands of member companies. Together with its nationwide affiliate network, Printing Industries delivers products and services that enhance the growth, efficiency, and profitability of its members and the graphic communications industry through advocacy, education, research, and technical information.
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