As you’re preparing your conference materials for print, you are also juggling countless other tasks. Conference printing is one of the last tasks you have to tackle before your annual meeting begins. And who can blame you? It’s not like the speakers submit their final presentations more than a day or two before the deadline. That leaves you scrambling to get the pages set up and ready for print, or pushing an expensive freelance graphic designer to get the job done at the 11th hour. Every single time!
What’s a busy meeting planner to do? See if you can cut out the middleman. Ask your conference printer if they have in-house graphic designers. This can be especially useful if you’re working with a printer that specifically works with associations, because their design team has probably handled projects just like yours in the past.
Whether you need full design services or just a little formatting assistance to prepare your conference materials, it makes sense to talk to your printer to see if they can help. Using one provider for design, formatting, and conference printing means you have fewer calls to make to keep the project on track, less hassle when the deadline is looming, and a provider you can trust to get the job done right.
To learn how Omnipress can help, visit our formatting and design page. Leave us a comment to let us know what you think!