GOA 2016 Issues Call for Speakers

ORLANDO, FL | With the next Graphics of the Americas (GOA) coming to the Miami Beach Convention Center February 18–20, 2016, the Printing Association of Florida (PAF) is issuing a call for speakers. The deadline to receive proposals is July 31, 2015. 

PAF, the producer of the event, says it is known as the "Gateway to Latin America," where crowds attend from North America, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. the 41st anniversary show takes place on February 18-20, 2016 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Sessions, which are aimed at designers, sales, specialty printers, and more, are offered in both English and Spanish, and are led by the foremost experts in the industry.

GOA president George Ryan says, "This time of year is always exciting for us because we are approached by industry veterans and experts with very creative and forward-thinking session proposals. Our education partners have their pulse on what's happening right now in the industry, they are ready and willing to educate the market on how the paths in our industry are constantly shifting, and they work to help our attendees successfully navigate these varying avenues."

The official conference tracks at GOA 2016 cover the following industry segments: Commercial Printing; Digital Printing; Flexo/Label Printing; Wide Format Printing; Advertising/Marketing; Graphic Design; Screen Printing; Packaging Printing & Converting; Corporate/In-House Printing; Direct-to-Substrate Printing & Decorating; Specialty Printing; Sign Printing; Book Printing/Publishing; Bindery; Mailing/Fulfillment; and more.

To present a session or panel in either English or Spanish at GOA 2106, the following information should be submitted to the contact email address below:

• suggested session title

• 50-word description about the session

• three to five sentences about what attendees will learn

• short speaker biography

• list of attendees who will benefit from the session.

All submissions should also include complete contact information (name, title, company, phone, and e-mail).

Inspirational, practical, and future-oriented session and panel ideas are encouraged, and should cover comprehensive management, analysis, or technical experience. All proposals are subject to review and are selected based on relevance. Presentations of a commercial nature, or promoting a particular product or platform, will not be considered.

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