Poster Printing with One-Click Convenience
In our last post, we discussed Mira’s new Poster Printing Service, which allows authors to upload their posters to Mira for one-click printing and delivery to your conference.
Of course, the simplicity and efficiency – not to mention the extra revenue associations earn from poster printing – makes Mira’s new program a no-brainer. But think about how easy it is for authors.
Authors Print, Deliver and Pay Online
Just tell Mira what size poster options are available and Mira will provide you a quote for each option, delivery included. Authors can pay by credit or debit card when they submit their poster.
Gone are the elaborate, multi-step instructions detailing how large the poster can be and how it must be formatted. No more playing middleman between authors and printers. With a simple link on your association website, authors can upload their poster and forget about it. Mira’s poster printing and distribution program guarantees each poster will be delivered to your conference, ready for author pickup at registration.
A Free Service To Any Association
Mira’s poster printing service is free to any association. You don’t even need to use our suite of conference planning software to be eligible. Just give us a call and a Mira project manager will be happy to discuss details.
John Berglund, Mira CEO, said the program is lightweight and easy for any association to launch, “We can deploy the program on your site in a matter of minutes, no matter whose service you’re using to manage your abstracts. We can import the data and start the process with very, very little effort on the part of the association.”
But what if the author wants to make a change to her/his poster? No problem! Mira’s poster project managers are ready to respond with express edit and reprinting solutions. It’s just one less thing to worry about for you and your authors.
Said Mira Business Development Manager, Richard Stimac, “We’re passionate about making our client’s conferences more successful.”
Image courtesy of ENERGY.GOV (Paducah poster session) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons