Graphics of the Americas, produced annually by the Printing Association of Florida, has announced the call for speakers for its 40th anniversary show, taking place on Feb. 26-28, 2015 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Fla. The deadline to receive session proposals is July 31, 2014.
George Ryan, GOA President, says: "Year after year, we are privileged to work with the biggest talent in the industry to offer GOA attendees the most usable content about current, and foreseeable, trends in the market.
"Our team pays close attention to the feedback we receive from past attendees on topics they'd like to learn more about, and work hard to fulfill those demands. We are looking forward to having this milestone year being our best in education, yet!"
GOA 2015 Submission Content and Guidelines
Renowned for its world-class education, the GOA 2015 conference track includes sessions covering the following industry segments: prepress and production; digital printing; sales and marketing; management; wide-format printing and imaging; design and creative; Photoshop; web and interactive; InDesign and publishing; flexography printing and imaging; and direct-to-fabric printing and imaging.
Those interested in speaking at GOA 2015, presenting in either English or Spanish, should submit the following information to George Ryan by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by July 31, 2014:
- Suggested session title
- 50-word description
- List of targeted attendees
- 3-5 sentences about what attendees will learn
- Short speaker biography
All submissions should also include complete contact information (name, title, company, phone, and email).
Speaking engagements should be inspirational, practical, or both; and should cover comprehensive management, analysis, or technical experience, as well as derive from the speaker's first-hand knowledge and 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.