Dscoop Edge St. Louis World Expo: Igniting Innovation in Digital Printing

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More than 1,100 digital printing professionals have convened at the America’s Center in downtown St. Louis for the Dscoop Edge St. Louis World Expo. This event serves as a global hub for innovation and collaboration in the digital printing industry.

Dscoop, the world’s largest digital print community, boasts a membership of over 16,000 HP Industrial digital press owners and teams from 100+ countries. This week, the global reach of Dscoop is evident, with members sharing inspiring stories of cross-border collaboration, transcending industry segments and embracing new technologies.

The conference, which runs from May 7 to May 10, is designed to equip attendees with strategies drawn from the experiences of colleagues and insights from experts in sales, marketing, and technology. It features sixty-five presentations and panel discussions spanning seven distinct tracks.

Attendees at Dscoop Edge St. Louis are on a quest to innovate, automate, and lead. They are engaging with over sixty Dscoop partners in the Solutions Showcase, where cutting-edge equipment and live demonstrations take center stage. For the first time in North America, professionals are witnessing the HP Indigo 200K Digital Press in action, revolutionizing speed and productivity in the packaging market.

Another highlight of the event is the launch of the Dscoop Distributed Print Exchange platform, in collaboration with the HP PrintOS Site Flow team. This platform streamlines the outsourcing of digital print jobs to trusted partners, facilitating product expansion and reducing time, costs, and carbon emissions in product delivery.

Kyle Pendley, the Conference Chair and a representative from the Arizona State University Print and Imaging Lab, encapsulates the spirit of the Dscoop community: a commitment to forward-thinking and continuous learning. As challenges arise, Dscoop members remain steadfast in their pursuit of progress, gathering in St. Louis to exchange ideas and forge connections.