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Submit Your Abstract for Smithers Pira’s Digital Print for Packaging 2013
By: Business Wire
Jan. 2, 2013 02:00 PM
Smithers Pira is pleased to announce the 2nd annual U.S. version of Digital Print for Packaging 2013. This event will take place Wednesday, June 5 – Thursday, June 6 in Atlanta, GA.
“The word that we heard from 2012 attendees was ‘finally.’ Finally, there is a U.S. event for the digital print community to come together to focus on the packaging industry and discuss market trends and how organizations can capitalize on this technology,” said Barbara Fowler, conference director at Smithers Pira. “There will be many opportunities for brand owners, printing equipment suppliers and printing technologies developers to seize upon in coming years. Digital Print for Packaging 2013 will provide the necessary introduction and technical information, plus valuable networking with both the print and packaging industries.”
The 2013 program will be shaped by an Advisory Board comprised of key industry players Tom Cooper, Process Development Group/R&D Manager Digital Printing, RockTenn Merchandising Displays; Andy Dwivedi, Director of Marketing – North America, Xeikon; Kevin Karstedt, CEO, Karstedt Partners, LLC and Eli Israeli, Strategic Marketing, HP Scitex Industrial Presses.
The advisory board will be reviewing abstracts for Digital Print for Packaging 2013 and are searching for industry experts who can provide an engaging, knowledgeable and exciting presentation on one of the following topics:
To submit an abstract, please send your name, title, organization, presentation summary and biography to Barbara Fowler at email@example.com no later than Friday, January 18th.
Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available. For more information on Digital Print for Packaging 2013, visit our event website.
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