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NAPL Announces Speaking Engagements for Andrew Paparozzi

Friday, March 28, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

PARAMUS, N.J., March 27, 2003 – Called upon for his in-depth insights into the challenges and opportunities facing printers during a time of unprecedented change, Andrew Paparozzi, vice president and chief economist of the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), will be a featured speaker at numerous upcoming industry events. “The printing industry is redefining itself in response to profound changes in the way people communicate,” he notes. “The key question is what printers can do to respond effectively to these changes today and remain relevant in the future. Although the ailing economy is having a negative impact on business, an economic recovery will not guarantee success. Printing companies must remember that there are a whole host of critical issues regarding the cyclical and structural changes affecting our industry that must be addressed.” Paparozzi will discuss industry trends, drawing on the comprehensive research presented in The 2002-2003 NAPL State of the Industry Report and NAPL’s Future of Print survey at numerous industry events throughout the year. His May 2003 engagements include: May 4, the NPTA Alliance National Leadership Conference, New Orleans. May 5, Web Offset 2003, sponsored by the Web Offset Association (WOA), Nashville, Tenn. May 29, the Creo Users Association Conference 2003, St. Petersburg, Fla. In addition, Paparozzi will serve as the keynote speaker at the 2003 Gravure Association of America (GAA) Annual Convention on May 7, in Nashville, Tenn., where he will describe the key differences between average companies and top-tier organizations.




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