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Profit-Making Insights Offered in Executive Briefings

Tuesday, February 20, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

PARAMUS, NJ—February 14, 2001 - Graphic arts executives can learn the secrets of sustained growth and profitability at a series of Executive Briefings being offered locally by NAPL throughout the year.   The series will be presented by Gregg Van Wert, NAPL President, and Joseph Truncale, Executive Vice President. The Briefings will highlight the results of NAPL’s Long-Run Growth Leaders ™ study, the culmination of 10 years of extensive, exclusive research by NAPL’s Printing Economic Research Center. This research identifies and examines the practices of printing companies that outperform the industry during every economic cycle, good times and bad. Companies who qualified for the research break all the myths about what it takes to be successful in this industry: they represent every size and region, serve every industry and segment. However, they do share two fundamental characteristics: They have consistently outperformed the industry in growth and profitability throughout the 1990s. They have used the same four-step process to fuel their growth and enhance their profitability. The new series of Executive Briefings is intended to help participants understand what makes these companies successful, and how to apply the Long-Run Growth Leader process to their own business success. Mr. Van Wert will address how these companies consistently achieve their high-growth success; Mr. Truncale will discuss the leadership techniques Growth Leaders use, including organizational development and growth, organizational culture and how it affects short-term performance and long-term strategy; and techniques for improving organizational culture.




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