TAGA Sponsors

TAGA is pleased to recognize these companies that support the organization in its continuing education of the industry, encouraging future innovators and to provide a worldwide forum for sharing and disseminating theoretical, functional and practical information on current and emerging technologies for Graphic Arts print production and related processes.



Conference Partners


IDEAlliance

1600 Duke Street, Suite 420
Alexandria, VA 22314
Contact: Steve Bonoff
Phone: 952-896-1908
Email: sbonoff(at)idealliance.org
www.idealliance.org

IDEAlliance is a global community of integrated media creators, producers, publishers, distributors, and their service providers, material suppliers, and technology partners. The not-for-profit association identifies best practices for efficient end-to-end digital media workflows -- from content creation through distribution. Through its active committees, educational conferences, online training, and certification programs, it provides members the forum for the exchange of information that results in the creation of the media production industry's most valued standards.


RADTECH

7720 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 208
Bethesda, MD 20814
Contact: Gary Cohen
Phone: 240-497-1242
Email: gary(at)radtech.org
www.radtech.org

RadTech promotes the use and development of UV & EB processing as an industrial technique offering energy savings, elimination of pollution, greater productivity, higher yields and the opportunity for improved, new or unique products. It serves as an international forum and reliable source of education and information for individuals and organizations involved in the use of UV & EB processing or who supply equipment, chemicals or other materials to such users. It develops and disseminates procedures and data on safe equipment operation and materials handling, testing and quality control.


TAPPI

15 Technology Parkway South
Suite 115
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
1-800-332-8686 (US)
1-800-446-9431 (Canada)
+1-770-446-1400 (Worldwide)
www.tappi.org

In 1915, thirty enterprising papermakers gathered together determined to form a new technical
arm of the American Paper & Pulp Association (APPA). Their idea was to gather and disseminate information concerning matters which have to do with production. This forward thinking group wanted to create a forum where information could be channeled and ideas could be exchanged. In less than a year, TAPPI was born and almost 98 years later, their formula for success continues to work.

We are a not for profit, volunteer-led association that is built around a community comprised of
thousands of member engineers, managers, scientists, academics, suppliers and others from
around the world.



Media Partners

What They Think?

Contact: Eric Vessels
Email: eric(at)whattheythink.com
www.whattheythink.com

WhatTheyThink is the printing and publishing industry's leading media organization. We offer a wide range of publications that deliver unbiased, real-time market intelligence, industry news, economic and trend analysis, peer-to-peer communication, and special reports on emerging technology and critical events. Special interest sections include Economics, Wide Format, Labels & Packaging, Production Inkjet and Mergers & Acquisitions.

WhatTheyThink hosts webinars and live events as well as providing content through a syndication program, delivering content directly to related websites. In addition, WhatTheyThink offers a wide range of lead generation and branding programs that help print- and publishing-related companies achieve business growth.