APTech Announces Educational Programming for 2023 and Beyond Organization’s leadership guided by a streamlined, “get-down-to-business” approach to meet the needs of members and the recovering industry in the coming year.

Nashville, TN —The Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech) has shared its programming plans for 2023. Buoyed by the enthusiastic return to in-person events seen in 2022 and a recovering global economy, APTech is working on ways to bring the print industry together for the benefit of member companies. The Association’s strategic investment in 2022 to acquire the printing industry’s leading independent media organization, WhatTheyThink (WTT), added to the association’s continuing endeavors to help print businesses grow by providing a prominent platform for news, education, inspiration, and connection.

Thayer Long, President of the Association for PRINT Technologies, said, “We’re excited to see the industry coming back from a huge downturn. As companies get back on their feet in 2023, they need to seek opportunities for growth and solutions to their product and business needs.”

In 2023, the combined APTech organization will continue its strategic focus on value, membership, and expanded educational programming. All programs will take advantage of the WTT platform and audience through live and virtual events, educational programming, and additional content including newsletters, blogs, videos, and more. 2023 plans are in place for three event-based programs along with a webinar-based leadership series.