The Colour Management Symposium will take place for the 9th time in Munich on 21 and 22 February and all 21 speakers have been confirmed. Practitioners and users from print shops and brand owners will share their knowledge. The programme promises varied and in-depth insights into the world of colour management. With 200 people from almost 20 countries, the event is the perfect place to network with contacts from the industry.
Brand owners and branded companies discuss customer expectations
The first session brings together high-calibre speakers from Procter & Gamble, L’Oréal and Alfred Kärcher. The three experts will talk about colour matching, uniform colours and which professional solutions can help.
Packaging, textiles and decor
In addition to normal commercial printing, colour is also extremely important in other areas. In three different sessions, participants will learn how processes and process understanding ensure optimum colours for packaging, how standardisation and references can help in decor printing and how colour behaves beyond CMYK in textile printing.
Be it customer standards or standards in flexo, packaging gravure and decor printing. Colour professionals from print shops, printing and embossing form manufacturers and brand owners will present the advantages and the practical approach is not neglected. The experts will provide assistance on how precise profiling can work in textile printing, report on professional solutions for colour management beginners and professionals, how colour matching works at the control station and how workflows can be digitalised.
Where will the journey take us?
Participants will not only learn about new trends in the design of machine-readable document designs, but also how AI supports 2D and 3D content production. Information and booking: https://fogra.org/veranstaltungen/symposien/colour-management-symposium
Fogra conducts application-orientated research in the fields of print and media technologies and has often been able to create standards for processes and quality testing. Fogra’s international members are companies from the entire industry spectrum, from the production of print and electronic media to plant engineering. Fogra sees itself as a modern service provider that carries out meaningful tests and certifications, advises companies on quality issues and mediates in technical disputes. Its capital is a wealth of expertise combined with a high level of technological competence and precise knowledge of current developments.