Critical thinking, critical conversations…
Monday morning’s Critical Trends Summit hosted by Robert Whitton, Managing Director of the R&E Council of NAPL fostered many interesting dialogues between some of our industry’s top suppliers. The event also saw Barry J. Wilson, Assistant Professor of theUniversity of Central Missouri’s School of Technology receive the educator of the year award presented by Ted Ringman, VP of Development for the Printing and Graphics Scholarship Foundation.
During the summit, attendees were treated to a panel discussion about technological developments and advancements in the printing industry. Many thought provoking questions were posed resulting in interesting discussions. An overriding topic of conversation was once again the future of our industry, what we can expect from technological advancements, as well as how to make sure we’re attracting top talent from schools.