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KPG Print Media Group Launches New Website

Thursday, July 22, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Norwalk, Connecticut, USA —Creatives, designers, agencies, print buyers, and print providers looking for help solving the production challenges of a digital workflow while striving to meet business demands, should bookmark www.kpgraphics.com/printmedia, a new website from the Kodak Polychrome Graphics (KPG) Print Media Group. The revamped site provides visitors with easy access to information and education about new technologies, KPG solutions and resources. Users of the site can visit the Tech Corner to obtain technical information, review available educational programs and gain tips and solutions. It also features a Print Media Group events calendar and Print Media’s Quarterly Newsletter. “Creating a new website helps us better connect our customers with resources, technologies and services that can help improve their production process and meet their business objectives,” said Michele Laird-Williams, Director, Print Media Group, KPG. “Visitors to www.kpgraphics.com/printmedia will learn about various solutions for optimizing all stages of production, so that color and creative intent can be executed accurately and efficiently from concept to output.” The Print Media Group focuses on helping graphic art professionals in Corporate Creative, Design, Advertising, Publishing, Packaging and Commercial Print environments. Print Media serves as a facilitator, connecting print specifiers with KPG resources, technologies and services that can help reduce turnaround time, improve color assurance and productivity and strengthen client relationships. For more information about KPG’s Print Media Group visit www.kpgraphics.com/printmedia.

 

 

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