EMEA: Dscoop Conference To Be Held In June


Dscoop (Digital Solutions Cooperative) is an independent community of HP Graphic Arts users, industry experts and solution partners. Dscoop’s upcoming conference will be held between 3 and 5 June 2015 across four floors of the Convention Centre Dublin, Ireland. This year’s conference is set to be the biggest Dscoop event in EMEA to date.

The 3-day, ‘Dscoop Open’ event will feature 50 different educational seminars, designed to inspire and inform delegates looking for new ways to drive business growth and profitability. The seminars will be presented by world-renowned experts and leading digital print providers from across EMEA.

The comprehensive event schedule will also incorporate numerous opportunities for delegates to network with hundreds of industry peers and Dscoop partners – widely recognized as one of the most valuable benefits of Dscoop membership.

“Dscoop provides a unique opportunity for digital printers, operating in all market sectors, to come together and learn about the latest technology, industry trends, new applications and share best practice,” explained Julian Marsh, Harrier LLC, Dscoop EMEA4 Conference Chair. “It’s a chance for me and my colleagues to network and make new connections that can, and often do, lead to future business partnerships. Combine this with the extensive seminar schedule and access to the latest HP and Dscoop Partner products and services, it’s hugely beneficial for everyone that attends.”

On the first day of the conference, HP will host visits to local customer sites, providing insight into efficient, innovative digital print operations. Throughout the event, it will also showcase a record number of solutions and remain on-hand to answer questions and offer technical expertise.

“HP will bring nine HP Indigo presses to Dscoop EMEA 2015, as well as the latest Latex, Designjet and PageWide Technology,” said Julia Cole, HP EMEA Marketing Manager, Dscoop Liaison.


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