Mimaki Covid-19 live events

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Paul Lindström

Make your summer more productive and join the Mimaki Live webinar series, a free live-stream virtual event run in collaboration with their partners and customers, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the print industry and how businesses can reactivate. Discover new print opportunities from Mimaki customers and find out about the latest print substrates from various media suppliers!

The Mimaki Live Series will be held in three parts via the GoToWebinar platform and simultaneously broadcast on Mimaki’s YouTube channel (see https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL_lED9ojJow8Ef5pCTQZag?utm_source=Mark...). See how to register below. You can also subscribe to Mimaki’s YouTube channel to get notified!

• Tuesday, June 30 : The Sign and Graphics Industry
• Tuesday, July 14 : The Textile Industry
• Thursday, August 27 : The Industrial Market
The Mimaki Live webinars start from 12PM (CEST) and each program will have multiple sessions you can join. Convert the starting time to your local time zone here.

View the complete program and register at https://www.mimakieurope.com/mimaki-live-event/?utm_source=Direct%20Invi...

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