Fogra’s Colour Management Symposium will take place for the ninth time on 21 and 22 February 2024. The international colour management event in Munich is a firm fixture in the community. The presentations by users are particularly interesting. Eight speakers from printing companies, brand manufacturers and the decor sector have confirmed their attendance.
Under the motto Matching colour – matching people, all-rounders can learn about trends and background knowledge for current and future practical solutions. The central point is the exchange between speakers and other participants in order to get fit for the present and future of colour management. Programme items include customer expectations, quality of the colour workflow, industrial packaging printing, surface management, contract proofing, CMYK, CMYK+ & ECG, Colour & AI.
At CMS for the first time: Fogra Decoration Proofing Forum
The event within the event will present the current state of technology in relation to the appearance and proofing of decorative surfaces. The forum will serve as a platform for discussing current approaches, best practice examples and challenges.
“Both through the great variety of inspiring and innovative topics and lectures and by bringing together scientists and users, synergies arise at the CMS as quickly and easily as hardly anywhere else. That is why the CMS creates a high added value (for me) every time and on many levels. I have already registered again for next time,” said Desirée Tytko from Business Unit Compaign, a participant in the 2022 Symposium.
Fogra conducts application-oriented research in the fields of printing 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 arbitrates in technical disputes. Its capital is a great deal of specialist knowledge combined with a high level of technological competence and precise knowledge of current developments.