The Online Print Symposium 2021 is full of news: Start-ups can apply to present at the OPS and take advantage of completely new opportunities. In addition, the first speakers have already been announced and the Early Bird ticket deadline is fast approaching.
There are two new features at the Online Print Symposium: with the “Insight Pitches”, selected start-ups will have the opportunity to introduce themselves in a short presentation in which they will report on their key to success and highlight opportunities for cooperation. For those who want to take their future success into their own hands, they can apply now for one of the coveted spots:
Applications will be accepted until March 31, 2021. We will be selecting the most interesting startups and most creative applications at the beginning of April, making the program even more diverse. The possibility to apply for a place as a speaker is new. We are thus also offering the “smaller ones” in the industry the opportunity to draw attention to themselves. Who knows, maybe there are ingenious start-ups that we don’t even have on our radar, but that very well deserve the big stage. We would like to offer these creative minds a fantastic opportunity to be heard.
In addition, the initial speakers are already being announced to encourage you to secure your tickets quickly. Once again, we have managed to secure the CEO of an industry leader for the opening keynote of the Online Print Symposium: with Roland Keppler, CEO of Onlineprinters, the keynote speaker, whose focus will be on internationalization, has already been confirmed. The founder of print.com, Marco Aarnink, and his chief co-creator, Juriaan van Beelen, will show how to go from a start-up to a versatile online printer with its own WebApp. Karim Bannour, from Marktplatz1, will outline Amazon Custom’s opportunities and risks with his presentation. Haeme Ulrich from the Publishing Blog in Switzerland will talk about digital leadership. Georg Hansbauer from Testbirds will focus on the optimization of digital products.
If you don’t want to miss these and many other presentations, you should hurry. Early Bird tickets are only available until the end of January, after which regular attendee prices will apply from the beginning of February onwards.