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We love meeting our current and potential customers, partners and colleagues at conferences, trade shows and other events! If you’d like to organise a time to see us at an upcoming event, please drop us a line.

Society for Scholarly Publishing 41st Annual Meeting banner, wtih an image of the Marriott Marquis at the San Diego Marina

SSP 41st Annual Meeting

Shaping the New Status Quo: Global Perspectives in Scholarly Publishing

29–31 May 2019, San Diego, US

This year’s Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting will represent a focused effort on inviting new voices—not just geographically, but with any new perspectives that help librarians, academics, publishers, service providers and technologists to move together toward a new age of scholarly communication.

As in past years, Typefi will be exhibiting at SSP. Visit us at Booth 210 and have a chat with our team about how automating some or all of your publishing workflow can take the pain out of many day-to-day publishing tasks, enabling you to focus on what you do best—producing high quality scholarly content.

Banner advertising Guy van der Kolk's 'EPUB from InDesign' presentation at Creative Pro Week, June 10-14, 2019, in Seattle.

CreativePro Week 2019

The Essential “How-To” Conferences for CreativePros

10–14 June 2019, Seattle, USA

CreativePro Week brings together four great conferences in one location:

  • Ps/Ai: The Photoshop + Illustrator Conference for Designers
  • The InDesign Conference: The Essential Event for InDesign Professionals
  • PePcon: Bridging Print and Digital Publishing
  • Click: The Presentation Design Conference

Don’t miss EPUB from InDesign: An Overview, on Wednesday at 3:30pm. Presented by Guy van der Kolk, Typefi Senior Solutions Consultant, this session will cover the pros and cons of EPUB—and of using InDesign to create EPUB—and how to set up your InDesign documents for maximum EPUB success.

Typefi’s Peter Kahrel and Gayanthika Udeshani will also be attending CreativePro Week, so get in touch if you’d like to organise a catch-up!