Date: Tuesday, February 16, 2010

If you aren’t, you should be. G7 is the revolutionary new methodology for achieving predictable color consistency throughout the entire production chain, and across a wide range of mediums; from conception and proofing to digital print, offset, grand format and beyond.

A tremendous amount of buzz has built up around G7, but what is it really, and how does it fit into your operation? How can you leverage G7 to get improved color fidelity, faster time-to-market, quicker make-readies and lower costs? We’ll show you how.

The APALA February 16th meeting will cover all touchpoints of the G7 process, from the print buyer and printer to the organization that conducts the G7 Master qualification. We will clear away the confusion and share real-life experiences using G7 to strengthen the bottom line.

Join Glenn Andrews of Color Clarity as he moderates a diverse group of panelists including Chris Milos of Primary Color, Eric Magnusson of Left Dakota, and Darren Murray of TBWAChiatDay.

Whether you’re a print producer, or on the printer/prepress side of the business, don’t miss this meeting – you don’t want to be left behind.


Date: Tuesday, February 16, 2010

6:00pm Hors d’oeuvres, No-host bar

7:15pm Program


Downtown Independent Theater

251 S. Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 (Near the LA Times building and new Police Station)

$9 for self parking lot north of theatre Street parking also available after 6 p.m.


$35 Members/Students prepaid ($45 at the door) $45 Non-Members prepaid ($55 at the door)

Reservations Due by February 12, 2010

Cancellations after February 12, 2010 will not be refunded.