October 6, 2022
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm CT
In-plants are such a vital part of your organizations. You produce numerous deliverables to convey key information to various departments throughout the organization and beyond. Have you considered the idea of printing labels in-house? Customized parking stickers, water bottles, branded stickers, food labels can be easily produced in-house with flexibility, creative-control and low cost. Maybe you don’t have enough sticker/label applications to justify the purchase of a press? What if a label press could make other jobs easier to produce, like business cards with rounded corners and foil stamping all inline, that is what we call BEYOND THE LABEL. Diversification of your print offerings can make your department more relevant and creative. If you are currently outsourcing label printing or are interested in what else you can print on a label press, please join Konica Minolta as they discuss their label solutions for in-plants.
For IPMA members only.
Ashley Gorfine– Sr. Director of Business Development, Industrial & Production Print, Konica Minolta Business Solutions
Ashley Gorfine, is former the director of Princeton University’s Print and Mail Services. Print and Mail Services at Princeton provided a wide range of services to the University community, including: U.S. and campus mail delivery and Print Services. She is now serving as the Senior Director of Business Development for the Industrial Print Group of Konica Minolta specializing in in-plants for over 4 years.
Before joining Konica Minolta, Ashley also worked for RR Donnelley as well as Command Digital in Secaucus, New Jersey for almost 10 years. As head of manufacturing, she directed more than 50 employees, led the development of manufacturing and improvement efforts, and maintained safety and efficiency standards. She also worked at the company as a press and bindery manager and a production scheduler, where her duties included researching new software, press room and bindery equipment; working with print and binding vendors to reduce costs; and scheduling thousands of client jobs per year. She also has extensive knowledge about a range of technical equipment and software used in the printing industry.