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20 May 2021

11am - 12pm BST

1 hour

Discover how expanded colour gamut printing can achieve a credible and sustainable print production process at a specially curated webinar, hosted by FlexoTech in partnership with Sun Chemical.

This webinar will demonstrate how printers can show their customers that their print production can help improve the sustainability of a product with the use of an ECG production.

Join us to hear from a full line up of expert speakers discussing how your print business can help brands improve the sustainability of packaging.


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David Harris

Product manager, Esko

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David is a product manager at Esko working in the areas of color management and digital printing.

David has over 35 years of experience in the graphics business, having previously worked for leading suppliers in pre-press software, such as PCC and Artwork Systems, on the development of systems for workflow and colour management. While leading Esko’s RIP and Screening developments, David played a pivotal role in the HD Flexo project. The Equinox extended gamut solution from Esko is one of David’s current responsibilities.

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Michal Lodej

Editor, FlexoTech

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Michal has worked as a journalist in the printing and packaging industry for over eight years. His career focused onto the world of flexo in 2016 when he became editor of FlexoTech. Published eight times a year, FlexoTech is a magazine dedicated to the flexo industry, filled with the latest news and features. As editor, Michal keeps abreast of the latest advancements and developments in the flexo industry, cementing FlexoTech’s position as the leading publication in the flexo sector.

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Richard Hayden

Business development manager, colour management, Sun Chemical

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Richard has worked at Sun Chemical since 1998. During this time he has acquired extensive knowledge in packaging workflow throughout the entire supply chain.

His role involves managing the technical support team that co-ordinate over 250 colour management projects globally, develop business strategies to increase adoption of the SunColorBox colour management initiative throughout the entire packaging industry, and he Investigates potential opportunities and partners to add new services to the SunColorBox.


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