|Thursday,||October 3||10 AM–5 PM*|
|Friday,||October 4||9 AM–5 PM|
|Saturday,||October 5||9 AM–3 PM|
*Thursday, October 3: Join us as we Celebrate PRINT! at the opening reception. From 4:00-5:30 PM there will be networking, food and fun on the exhibit hall floor as we bring the print community together in a fun atmosphere.
You know that print is big business. Did you know it's $80+ billion big? There's lots of opportunity and we're here to help you take advantage.
Come to PRINT 19 and hear Nick Thompson, editor-in-chief, WIRED Magazine, kick off this year's event with a keynote presentation.
Stay for the PRINT event and see what's RED HOT, network with your peers, and attend the Celebrate PRINT Opening Reception on Thursday, October 3.
Not enough reasons? Check out our line-up of more than 80 learning sessions (coming soon) including hands-on labs. Sign up for a TechWalk - the hot ticket from PRINT 18 or take a break and participate in a TechTalk - learning sessions hosted by manufacturers to help you learn about products and services.
Editor-in-chief, Wired Magazine
—The Wired Future—
Thursday, October 3 | 8:45 AM - 9:45 AM | Location: S406a
Our 2019 Keynote presenter, Wired's editor-in-chief, Nicholas Thompson is committed to pushing the magazine to the forefront of technology. And as a veteran public speaker, he’s uniquely situated to offer informed commentary on everything new and vital in this inexhaustible field.
- How will artificial intelligence and robotics change our devices, the way we work, earn a living, fight wars, solve problems—our very selves
- How will privacy, security, and cyber-espionage evolve in the coming years of interconnectivity (and how much should the average person or company care)?
- How will the world’s dominant tech corporations—Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft—interact with citizens, help write policy, and exert power over governments and citizens?
- And how can the media continue upholding the truth throughout?
No matter the subject—design, culture, media, tech, ethics, or our digital future—Nicholas Thompson is more than ready to break the news with big ideas and fearless takes.
Read the Press Release