Diageo, M&S, Lush and Carlsberg are just some of the major names already on board as part of Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London’s free-to-attend seminar programme. The expert sessions, packed with real life stories, advice and innovative ideas, will offer packaging professionals insights into the latest developments, technologies and research when the show returns to London Olympia on 12-13 September 2018.
Harper Adams University invests in a Mimaki UJF-3042FX to teach undergraduates about packaging design07 Aug 2018
Located in Shropshire, Harper Adams University was established in 1901 and is a specialist provider of higher education for the agricultural and rural sector. Delivering degree programmes appropriate to the food industry means covering all aspects, including packaging. Recent sponsorship from the Worshipful Company of Butchers allowed the university to purchase a Mimaki UJF-3042FX from CMYUK.
Epson and world-renowned arts and design college Central Saint Martins have formed a collaboration that will support education and encourage students to experiment with its large format digital textile printers.
Onyx Graphics, Inc., have announced the formal launch of two new colour management and profiling workshops that have been added to its portfolio of training and certification offerings. Following the success of the ONYX 12.2 workshops, these new ONYX 18 workshops now incorporate the new ONYX Color Engine, ColorCheck, AccuBoost, and PosterColor 2.0 functionalities as well as iccMAX compatibility of the company's award-winning ONYX 18 software. The one- and two-day programmes - offered at both introductory and expert levels - focus on real business scenarios to help attendees understand the importance of colour management in wide format workflow and apply that knowledge to produce superior colour output that can be validated to their customers.
9-in-10 higher education leaders say new printing technologies vital for educational success and life skills17 Jul 2018
Europe’s higher education leaders have identified new printing technologies as having a key role in syllabuses across the continent.