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Activate Print Seminar Comes to Toronto!

Chris Cameron September 18, 2012

On October 17th, Layar is hosting a seminar in Toronto, Canada for members of the media and publishing industries. This seminar will introduce the Layar Creator and interactive print, providing an opportunity for anyone interested in the Layar Creator to see an in-depth presentation and try it out themselves.

The event, presented in partnership with the Netherlands Embassy in Canada, is free and kicks off at 1:30pm at the Art Gallery of Ontario Weston Family Learning Centre. Check out more info below or click here to register right now!

Activate Print Toronto is a seminar for publishers, editors and media professionals who want to deliver more value to print readers and advertisers. At the seminar you will learn from Layar co-founder, Claire Boonstra, how easily you can combine digital with print, the added value it creates for readers and how it delivers more to advertisers. OMD, TBWA, Toronto Star and Postmedia Network will share their Layar Creator experiences and interactive lessons learned in print. Meet the experts and learn Layar Creator best practices alongside fellow professionals who have already begun to use Layar or are learning about it for the first time. The event is free, but there is limited space so register soon!

Have a laptop and a PDF of one of your latest printed pages so that during the seminar, guided by our experts, your print publication can be enriched.

Activate Print Toronto will be held at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Weston Family Learning Centre, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada M5T 1G4. Click here for directions.

Check out reactions from our previous seminar in Amsterdam, or watch the entire event here!


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