Thursday, May 29, 2014

Enfocus Invites the Industry to View All Session Recordings of Successful Virtual Safari Conference; Opens Continued Conversation via Twitter and LinkedIn

Over 2500 registrations poured in for 28 top-flight expert sessions at last week's Enfocus Virtual Safari Conference for the graphic arts. As of today, Enfocus has uploaded all sessions for viewing here. The company also opens continued conversation forums with the Safari's industry analyst, integrator, specialist and vendor presenters via Twitter, at #EnfocusSafari; and LinkedIn, in the Enfocus Virtual Safari group[1].

Twenty-five experts including David Zwang, Julie Shaffer, Frank Romano, Richard Romano, and Dr. Mark Bohan; as well as representatives of EFI, HP, Ultimate, and MBO America; shared comprehensive knowledge of color management, MIS, web-to-print, workflow automation, and much more in filled theaters during the successful online event.


28 Session Recordings

Enfocus recommends that those who plan to engage with the experts view one or more of the recordings in advance, here, where the complete list of session topics/subject areas may also be found.


Extending the Conversation via Twitter and LinkedIn


"Enfocus and its partners provided a week of concentrated, candid, useable education for the graphic arts industry. Formal evaluations and off-the-cuff remarks reflect overwhelmingly positive response to the Conference's format, content, and, not surprisingly, location. However, our lives in the graphic arts are never ending journeys. Enfocus therefore encourages everyone to join in the follow-up discussion on the topics tackled during the Safari - or new and related ones from which we can all benefit."

Michael Reiher, Product Manager and Virtual Safari Conference Co-Producer, Enfocus


The two online locations where Enfocus is providing professionals with the advantage of access to premier industry experts are Twitter, at #EnfocusSafari; and LinkedIn, in the Enfocus Virtual Safari group[1].

Professionals can here ask questions, debate theories, and forge mutually beneficial, educational, relationships with a new network of peers and experts.   

[1] Joining LinkedIn groups is necessary in order to participate.