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Wrap King Nick Caminiti joins The Wrap Experience – Virtual

Australia’s two-time King of the Wrap World Nick Caminiti of Exotic Grafix in Melbourne will join wrap experts from around the world in this month’s ‘The Wrap Experience – Virtual’ presented by the US-based International Sign Association (ISA). The online experience is FREE for attendees from across the globe, with networking, education and demonstrations.

 

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“ISA's The Wrap Experience - Virtual, in conjunction with The Wrap Institute and noted instructor/installer Justin Pate, will help wrap professionals expand into new areas of profit,” says the ISA. “The two-day event, November 11-12, will bring together some of the world's foremost wrap experts for connection, instruction and exploration.

“The Wrap Institute, the world's top online wrap training program, has worked with ISA for the past two years, bringing hands-on instruction to ISA in-person events. The Wrap Experience™ – Virtual joins ISA and TWI once again for a new digital event designed to educate more companies on the power of wrap and highlight the business opportunities it brings while making the event a truly global experience. 

“Education and connection will occur throughout the two days, allowing those outside North America to participate at convenient times. In North America, most events will occur between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. EST.”

Register here.

Some of the wrap industry's leaders scheduled to attend include:

  • •Chris Defeo, CL Visual, USA
  • •Matt Richert, Digital EFX, USA
  • •Dallas Fowler, Digital EFX, USA
  • •Jim Miller, Miller Decals, USA
  • •Adam Sumner, Wrapix Academy, USA
  • •Charlie Trujillo, Lettering Express, USA
  • •John Duever, Vinyl Images, USA
  • •Dan Antonelli, Kick Charge Creative, USA
  • •Scott Skepple, Skepple Designs, USA
  • •Dimas Brazil, Wrap Institute Certified Trainer, Brazil
  • •Nick Caminiti, Exotic Grafix, Australia

As part of the event, The Wrap Experience "Pivot for Profit" digital supplier showcase will allow attendees to visit and spend time with the top suppliers in the wrap market.

Sponsors include Title Sponsor, GSWF, as well as 3M, Avery Dennison, ORAFOL, GTechniq, Inozetek, Eagle ICT, Kala, Luxe Auto Concepts, Pressure On Demand Systems, XIX3D and Yellotools.

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    Justin Pate of The Wrap Institute

A main stage area will include multiple events each day, including an opening ceremony and panel discussion with leading influencers and trainers. Attendees then can choose breakout educational sessions targeted to help them increase profits in pre-install, install and post-install.

Topics scheduled include:

November 11th

All times EST (US)

11:00 Opening Event

11:15 Visualizing Profits

12:00 One Catalogue to Install Them All

12:45 COVID Proof: Colour Change Wraps

1:30 Panel Discussion: Certifications

2:30 PPF: The Future of Colour Change

3:15 Never Stop Learning Contest

4:00 Wrap After Hours - Happy Hour

November 12th  

All times EST (US)

11:00 Opening

11:10 Reflecting on Reflective

12:00 Easy Installs, Easy Profits

12:45 Panel Discussion: Design

1:45 Sealing in the Upsell

2:30 Striping for Profits

3:30 Never Stop Learning Contest

The Wrap After Hours event will include networking opportunities. Multiple networking sessions will occur at the same time. Special Speakeasy Sessions will allow attendees to connect with some of the industry’s top influencers and shop owners in smaller settings geared for personalized interaction.

To learn more, read bios of expert installers or register for the event, visit Signs.org/TWE2020

Once the registration profile is complete, attendees will receive a free copy of the recently published ISA whitepaper "Reaching Today's Customers: A Guide for Wrap Shops."

Nick Caminiti was crowned the Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions "King of the Wrap World" for the 2nd time in 2017 for his entry Lei’d Low.