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NAPL's Paparozzi And Fenton To Speak At Print Oasis 2005

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

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NAPL VP and Chief Economist Andrew Paparozzi addresses the critical trends shaping graphic communications; Senior Digital Technologies Consultant Howard Fenton shows how companies can leverage technology to enhance business performance. PARAMUS, N.J., MARCH 8, 2005 – Andrew Paparozzi, vice president and chief economist of the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), and Howard Fenton, the Association’s senior digital technologies consultant, will share their insights and expertise with attendees of Print Oasis—Print Buyers Conference 2005 in presentations scheduled for May 24 and 25 in Chicago. The annual conference, sponsored by PrintBuyersOnline (www.printbuyersonline.com), focuses on the needs and challenges of print communications managers, print buyers, specifiers, and production professionals. On Tuesday, May 24, from 8:00-9:30 a.m., Paparozzi will use results from NAPL’s comprehensive economic research to examine the impact of graphic communications industry trends on today’s print buyers. Drawing on his expertise in the full gamut of digital technologies, Howard Fenton will deliver four presentations during the course of the conference on how today’s companies can leverage technology to enhance their business performance: •Money Savings Tips for File Preparation. •Money Savings Tips for Good PDF Files. •Essential Facts About Digital and On-Demand Printing. •12 New Technologies That Are Changing Your Business. For more information about 2005 Print Oasis and a complete conference agenda, visit www.printbuyersonline.com.

 

 

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