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Label Printing Industries of America (LPIA) Unveils Cutting-Edge Program

Friday, August 24, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PA, August 21, 2007—The definitive organization for the label converting, packaging, and box-wrap industry continues to set the standard when it comes to cutting-edge programming. In order to increase the value proposition, LPIA has designed a conference that provides attendees with a signature experience. Success heads south to The Palms in South Beach Miami, Florida, November 4-7 for the 2007 LPIA Fall Management Conference entitled Adapt to Survive & Thrive. Veterans and newcomers alike should mark their calendars now for access to leading industry experts, ground-breaking topics, and unparalleled networking opportunities.
Adapt to Survive & Thrive will help attendees gain the competitive advantage and provide tremendous insight into the latest trends and issues affecting the industry. A myriad of topics will cover where packaging is heading, the state of paper, the six mega trends you need to know now, private label trends in North America, trucking and transportation issues, a survival guide to hiring top talent, and sustainability issues. This conference provides a distinct experience for personal and professional growth and survival.
Breakthrough insights, peer-to-peer networking, and one-of-a-kind programming that delivers practical and relevant solutions—this is just a small sampling of what attendees should expect to receive. It’s time to attend a conference that will strengthen your leadership abilities, give you a renewed sense of confidence, and put your business on the path to continued success.
“Profitability and adaptability are always two subjects that are on my mind; LPIA consistently addresses both of these in an insightful and effective way,” Bernie Lacy, Vice President, Litho Press, Inc.
For more information regarding our next conference, please contact Laurie Reynolds at 412-259-1802 or e-mail lreynolds@piagatf.org.

 

 

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