In this special webinar, to be held on Wednesday, July 22nd at 15:00 CET, 09:00 AM ET, Highcon will be hosting Giuseppe Prioriello, Founder & CEO, Packly and Co-founder, Pringraf.
At the end of 2014, when they purchased the first Highcon digital cutting and creasing machine, Giuseppe said: “We fell in love with the Highcon Euclid, seeing it as an ideal solution. We had been looking for something special, something more productive that would help us bring our dream to life.”
In this webinar, Giuseppe will be telling us exactly how his implementation of Highcon digital finishing has enabled his highly successful business.
Attendees will also be able to see a live demonstration of the Highcon digital cutting and creasing machine from our headquarters in Israel and play an active part in choosing what we produce on the day.
Even better – we will be sending out a free super Packly sample kit to 50 attendees interested in seeing just how good this is!
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Giuseppe is one of Highcon’s earliest customers. He is an entrepreneur in the folding carton packaging and software industry.
He loves innovation and has experience in different areas such as computer science, electronics, internet, printing and folding carton packaging.
He loves new things, especially identifying problems and supplying a solution to them. That’s how he started Packly which was launched in 2015
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