GlassPrint early-bird extension expires 31 July

GLASSPRINT EARLY BIRD EXTENSION EXPIRES 31 JULY!The GlassPrint 2011 conference and exhibition is powered by glasstec and is Europe’s leading event for glass decoration.

It takes place on 23-24 November 2011 in Düsseldorf, Germany and delegates registering at www.glassprint.org before 31 July qualify for the discounted early-bird registration fee of only €395 access to the conference programme featuring:

    * 4 keynote presentations including one from the Glass for Europe association.

    * 15 technical presentations offering the latest advanced technologies for glass decoration.

The latest conference programme is also available at www.glassprint.org

GlassPrint is organised by ESMA and Glass Worldwide.

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