The Indigo user event, which has been running in the US for the past 5 years, was opened today (September 7) by Indigo founder and digital printing pioneer Benny Landa (pictured).
Landa said: “If present trends continue, I believe Indigo will be the largest printing business in the world.”
Landa also thanked the efforts of the Dscoop Asia-Pacific steering committee, which includes David Minnett, managing director of Sydney-based printer Group Momentum.
Along with Australian and New Zealand printers, the two-day event welcomes printers from China, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Taiwan, Singapore and the Philippines.
Larry Vaughn, one of the founders of Dscoop and president of Texas-based Ideal Printers, said: “It took three years for Dscoop to get to 1000 people in the US. Asia has achieved this in its first year.”
Steven Kiernan is in Seoul covering the event.
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