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NBM Launches Educational Webcast Channel

NBM's webinar series kicks off with a direct-to-garment printing primer, taught by an expert.

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National Business Media (NBM), the parent company of Sign & Digital Graphics magazine, announces the launch of the NBM Webcast Channel-an educational resource presented by experts that covers applications and technologies across the sign and digital graphics, awards and engraving and apparel decoration industries.

The interactive BrightTALK site aims to provide readers with valuable information to help grow their business, according to NBM vice president of publishing and markets, Dave Pomeroy.

“The motivation behind the launch is to provide another way (readers can access) quality content and sought-after information that connects suppliers, distributors, and educators with the industries they serve,” says Pomeroy. “These webcasts are unique in their interactive nature and allow an easy way for industry professionals to learn and ask questions in the comfort of their office or home, right in front of the screen of their choice.”

The channel will kick off with its first webcast on DTG (Direct-to-Garment) printing on Thursday, July 27, at 12 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time. Hosted by Equipment Zone‘s Terry Combs, “Intro to Direct-to-Garment Printing and the Epson F2000″ will dive into the entire decorating process: what you can print; what you can’t print; and what equipment you need to be successful. It will also include insider best practices from Combs, one of the leading experts on DTG. There will be time during the presentation and at its conclusion to help cover any questions attendees may have about the technology.

“If you are looking to get into the DTG market or add DTG to your existing business, this is a must-attend webcast,” Pomeroy says.

Future webcasts will be announced as they are scheduled.

“We encourage interested presenters and sponsors to contact us to discuss possible topics or curricula,” he adds.

To register for the July 27 DTG printing webcast or for more information, click HERE

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