Ghent Workgroup Continues to Educate the Graphic Arts Market as It Announces 4 New Free Webinars

Ghent, Blegium – The Ghent Workgroup (GWG) proudly announces 4 additional new webinars that will be presented by industry experts with many years of experience in their respective fields. More information about the webinars is available on the GWG website at: 

The first ‘color webinar’ will take place on October 29th at 4 pm CET / 10 am (ET) and will cover those things that prevent you from meeting your color reproduction expectations.

Whether you are producing a creative marketing piece or high-profile packaging, getting color output aligned with your own or your client’s expectations should be easy, but there are many variables that can prevent that from happening. Many times, the intended output is not reflected in the settings used or applied to create the PDF file for print, which can cause confusion and possible production delays. The GWG provides great white papers and recommended setting files, but

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Group that organized webinars where Manitoba education minister spoke has ties to Russian ‘oligarch’

Even as intelligence agencies from around the world are raising flags about Russian interference in Western democracies, Manitoba’s education minister spoke at home-schooling teleconferences last spring organized by a group whose board includes an associate of a wealthy Russian who has been the subject of sanctions by the U.S. and Canada.

Russian national Alexey Komov sits on the board of Global Home Education Exchange (GHEX), the international home-school advocacy group that hosted two webinars attended by Manitoba Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen.

Komov is better known for his work with Konstantin Malofeev, a Vladimir Putin ally and pro-family advocate who has been sanctioned by Canada and the U.S. for funding Russian aggression in Ukraine. 

GHEX says it invited almost every Canadian education minister, but Goertzen was the only one who took part.

“I’m a little bit surprised that the minister would have been involved,” said Marcus Kolga, a senior fellow with

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