With worldwide attendance, GOA is a unique event that attracts an average audience of 9,800 printers, designers, and creative professionals from over 90 countries (60% U.S.) The diverse attendance provides international networking at its best.
GOA’s combined expo & conference provides both attendees and exhibitors with a venue that addresses the needs of both end-users and printers, with a one-of-a-kind showcase for the convergence of knowledge, products and technology. Not only does GOA provide a world-class educational program with select bilingual sessions, it also provides hands-on training training labs and vendor tutorials right on the show floor. In addition, GOA provides a world-class educational program with select bilingual sessions.
GOA 2013 will be the one-stop event of the year, where you can consult with the world’s experts and see in action the technologies that alone or together will provide a platform for your graphic communications firm’s success in the next decade – and beyond.
We want your experience at GOA to be inspirational and educational, making your business more profitable. In addition to a plethora of exhibiting companies at GOA.
This year’s conference program boasts over over 70 information-packed educational sessions and features the world-famous Digital Classroom Live!, hosted by American Graphics Institute (AGI), where you will learn new features and hard-to-find tips and tricks from the team of authors and instructors that create the Digital Classroom series of books, videos and online content.
Learning experiences on the show floor include: The Wrap Center featuring live vehicle wrap demonstrations by Arlon & Mutoh, Wide Format Print Shop Live, the Direct-to-Garment Center, the Expo Theater and new this year – The FlexoZone featuring the Nilpeter 8-color Press.
Companies looking for new revenue streams will have plenty of learning opportunities from which to choose. Topics such as direct to fabric printing, vehicle wrapping, wide format printing, and internet marketing will be highlighted by exhibitors and prominent in education sessions.
Graphics of the Americas has become known for catering to its Spanish-speaking attendees, and does so again in 2013 with 21 sessions being presented in Spanish.