As we all continue to operate in the midst of the pandemic, we wanted to take a moment to thank all of our members for their ongoing support. We are grateful for everything members are doing to help out during these difficult times. Our team of volunteers have been encouraged and inspired, and many tasks have been undertaken and completed, including:
If you haven’t already read this month’s GravurExchange newsletter, check it our here. It’s filled with the latest and greatest developments happening for the GAA and its membership. Other great resources for staying at the forefront of the industry are the articles below. We’ve hand-picked these to give you a thorough overview of what’s happening the world of Gravure these days.
Greetings to all who value the Gravure Process from Lou DeFlaviis, Chair of the GAA Board of Directors. Like so many other businesses, The Gravure Association of the Americas has seen a reduction in revenue from the cancellation of in-person events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In order to maintain operations and continue to serve our members at a high professional level, the Association is currently being managed by the Executive Committee and a group of volunteers and we have reduced overhead as much as possible to stretch budgets until better days return.
Rochester, NY | April 7, 2020
Consulting Team Expands at Gravure Association of the Americas
Two Industry Veterans to Offer Guidance and Advice on Success with Gravure
In keeping with its mission to improve and enhance the professional experience for operators working with the gravure process, the Gravure Association of the Americas (GAA) announced today the recent addition of two consultants to the organization’s consulting division which specializes in technical advice and troubleshooting.
We had a great time at the Global Summit and our attendees did too! We want to thank all who attended GAA’s Summit 2020 Gravure: Leading Today, Transforming Tomorrow conference earlier this month. Even with the COVID-19 issue beginning to impact travel, the attendance was in line with past years. In fact, if all who registered could have attended, this summit would have been one of the biggest yet! That said, we were still careful. Thank you to everyone who respected each other’s concern and followed the recommended health practices.… [Continue Reading]