9 October 2013
Ghent Workgroup brings PDF seminars to Ryerson
TORONTO—Ryerson University has teamed with The Ghent Workgroup, a global organization promoting best practices for graphic arts, to host two free PDF Production seminars.

The live sessions, scheduled for Oct. 23, mark Ghent's first official presentations in Canada, and are targeted at publishing, packaging and production companies.


The Ghent Workgroup visits Canada in collaboration with Ryerson University's School of Graphic Communications Management

"We are very excited to partner with Ryerson Unversity to offer these powerful seminars, which have taken the industry by storm in our year-long, worldwide educational tour," said David Zwang, GWG chair.

"Those presenting the seminars live, breathe, and work in PDF every day, and are the authorities on what works and how real companies are using our specifications with success, today," he said.

The presentations will cover application-specific guidelines for PDF/X-4 workflows and feature PDF and packaging experts from organizations including Esko, Enfocus and Bleuprocess.

While this is the group's first seminar series in the country, its international presentations have included programs at London's College of Communications, and a special packaging session at the recent Print 13 trade show in Chicago.

The workgroup, formed in 2002, is an international assembly of industry associations and suppliers across Europe and the U.S. While free, the October sessions require an RSVP to attend as space is limited.

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