by Stanley Azuakola
For the third year in a row, young people and retirees would be introduced to modern printing machines and technology, in an exhibition organized by Gific Printing Solutions Limited.
The Gific Annual Printware Exhibition (GAPE) holds from Thursday August 9 to Saturday August 11, 2012.
Gific calls the exhibition “a social empowerment initiative” in which participants would gain firsthand experience of how printing machines and technologies “can be procured, operated, handled and serviced”.
The purpose of the exhibition according to the organisers, is to ultimately empower participants in becoming business owners in their own right.
The exhibition would holds at the Union Bank Sports Club, Surulere, and will feature trainings, workshops, and interactive sessions.
The managing director of Gific Printing Solutions Limited, Mrs. Ngozi Ukachukwu, who briefed the press on this year’s edition, said that “GAPE is an exhibition where we put all our machines in demonstration. It is not just about bringing people together but also an opportunity to see a live demonstration of all the equipment in our showroom. We do trainings, seminars and workshops during the exhibition.”
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