Free Online Event This Wednesday Focuses on Expanding Your Business

Breakaway Sessions

THE NBM SHOW Breakaway Sessions presents Session #2: Looking for New Opportunities? START HERE!, a free online exhibit and educational event on Wednesday, June 24.

Session #2 is designed for shops looking to find new profit centers in the awards, engraving, signage, digital printing, and apparel decorating markets.

The event includes interactive exhibits with top manufacturers and suppliers and a full day of online class presentations with live chat. Registration is free and allows you to view online classes and visit exhibitors for 30 days after the event.

Presentations include:

Starting a Successful Sublimation Store—Presented by Condé Systems

Sprite Wood, director of marketing for Condé Systems, discusses the basics of starting and keeping a sublimation business successful. From printers to heat presses and products, this class covers it all.

3 Ways to Improve Order Workflow—Presented by ShopWorks

Faster order processing can lead to higher profits and happier customers. In this webinar, ShopWorks president Jay Malanga shares ways to improve business by improving how you process sales orders.

Learn How to Earn More from Your Existing Customers—Presented by ASI

This session shows how promotional products can be used by trophy and award shop owners, screen printers, designers, and printers who are interested in growing their business. Discover the top markets to sell to, popular products, and the tools you need to succeed in this market.

Create More Opportunities with New Inkjet Technologies—Presented by ITNH Inc

Whether your primary business is sign graphics, awards, and promotional products, or you’re a manufacturer, learn about the technologies that can help grow your business. ITNH explores the latest inkjet printing and product decoration, with a focus on new products.

Turn Your Craft into Cash—Presented by GSG

Whether you’re new to the industry or established, discover new technologies that can grow your business today, featuring Epson dye-sub, embroidery, and Roland print/cut.

COVID-19 Products from JDS—Presented by JDS Industries

JDS Industries provides an overview of new COVID-19 related products. Boost sales with items that you, your employees, and your customers may need.

Creating New Textile Applications and Revenue Streams with Dye Sublimation & Direct to Fabric Printing—Presented by Mimaki

This session covers continuous dye-sublimation, DTF workflow, and the world’s first dye-sublimation and DTF pigment printer. Mimaki will also provide innovations for mask production, resources for industry-ready mask and apparel patterns, and more.

Print and Sell More from Home—Presented by STAHLS’

Jenna Sackett, educator and content creator for STAHLS’ TV, walks through three different home workspaces and how they can be recreated. Learn what to keep on hand for printing on-demand, organizational tips that won’t break the bank, and which equipment and tools will keep you productive.

3 Workflows for Producing Custom Graphics and Apparel Right from Your Home or Office Desktop—Presented by Roland DGA Corp

The how-to based demonstration covers three ways to start or grow a home-based or online business, from design to printing to finishing. Roland product manager Lily Hunter covers how to print directly onto fabrics, how to print and cut decals, common profit calculations, and more.

Decorating Personal Protective Equipment—Presented by SanMar

SanMar discusses decorating tips and tricks for personal protective equipment (PPE). From face covers and face masks to gaiters and bandanas, each is covered in detail for best decorating practices.

Which Digital Manufacturing Method is Right for You—Presented by Coastal Business Supplies

This session explores the various methods of decoration to find the right manufacturing method that fits your needs. Coastal Business Supplies offers solutions for both small- and large-format digital printing, including laser transfer, eco-solvent, latex, dye-sublimation, and direct-to-garment.

Things to Know Before Buying a DTG— Presented by IT Supplies

What are the differences between competing models of direct-to-garment printers? Learn more about adding this technology to your business.

Mixed Media—Presented by Melco

Advancements in technology have made it common for a retail clothing business to use either embroidery or print to produce teamwear, workwear, souvenirs, and personalized products. In this session, Melco gives you the tools and resources to create decorated apparel in ways not possible before.

Why UV Print, & Why Now—Presented by PDS Equipment

This class addresses the business opportunities of adding UV print to your company. PDS Equipment reviews the do’s and don’ts when selecting a UV printer and the supporting provider.

Nobody Likes Doing Paperwork: Learn How to Better Manage Your Business in Less Time—Presented by SAi

Learn how to manage your business and keep track of customers with SAi’s SideKick software. SAi discusses the essential tools needed to effectively manage sign and print operations from your desktop or mobile phone.

Building a DTG Business—Presented by Ricoh

In this session, Ricoh goes into how to build a DTG business during COVID-19, highlighting T-shirt printing, face mask printing, and more.

7 Things You Need to Know About Braille Signage—Presented by Mutoh

Mutoh discusses what you need to know about braille signage to be compliant with ADA law. The company makes sure you know what areas need your attention to ensure compliance. Expanding into the braille signage market is an opportunity to add a profit center to any sign shop.

Using FlexiSIGN for Vehicle Wrap Design—Presented by Mutoh

This session gives an in-depth look at how to use FlexiSIGN & Print to design vehicle wraps. Mutoh explains how FlexiSIGN can be partnered with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to make the workflow easier and faster.

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Alexandria Bruce

Alexandria Bruce is the former managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO magazine.

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