Dates announced for The Ghent Workgroup webinar program

Leading industry experts to educate on PDF and workflow automation

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Ghent Workgroup association with The Regional Institute of Printing Technology, Kolkata

The Ghent Workgroup (GWG) has announced its 2017/2018 webinar program designed to give a deeper understanding of PDF2.0 standards and PDF/X-Plus. Topics during this first series will include ‘9 reasons to preflight’, ‘Ghent output suite v5/Testing PDF Workflows’ and ‘PDF in Packaging.’

The first webinar will take place on 14 November at 4 p.m. CET/10 a.m. ET and will be hosted by David Zwang, chairman, Ghent Workgroup. “We have launched this series of webinars to share our knowledge and engage with the print, publishing, and packaging industries,” said Zwang. “Since 2002, the Ghent Workgroup (GWG) has been creating best practice specification and foundation for new standards in an effort to make the global design and publishing process more reliable and efficient. This introductory webinar will look at who we are, what we do and how we do it. We will look at a selection of best practices and how people can introduce them into their business processes today,” he added.

There will be various points for discussion like, making a good PDF file and ensuring that it meets the expectations, testing workflow and how to get involved in GWG.

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