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Xplor to Host Educational Tracks at Print 09

Monday, August 17, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Land O'Lakes, FL – Xplor International, the worldwide electronic document systems association, today announced that it will host seven educational sessions at Print 09, the year's largest and most comprehensive graphic communications trade show and conference, September 11-16, 2009 at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL. Members can attend all seven sessions and the Print 09 exhibit floor at a rate of $599.00, a $100.00 savings, as well as register for a Print 09 Full Access Pass for only $849.00, regularly $999.00. Discounts are valid until August 21, 2009.

Xplor's educational track at Print 09 will be presented by a number of well-known industry speakers including James Hackett, president of Indivia; Kemal Carr, president of Madison Advisors; Peter Muir, president of Bizucate; Bob Stier, director at First Data Resources; Rob Williams, managing partner of Focus, a Continuum Worldwide Solution and Toby Cobrin, director for INTERQUEST. Tracks topics include:

•    TransPromo: How to Use TransPromotional Communications to Increase Your Business and Decrease Your Costs
•    Color Print Adoption and Print Suppression Trends
•    Professional Social Networking: How Could Your Company Leverage Facebook and Other Social Networking Tools?
•    Workforce Development: Why Should I Work for You?
•    Realistic TransCommunications
•    Process or Profits
•    Multimedia Communications: How to Maximize Customer Response

For more information on Xplor's educational tracks, session descriptions at Print 09 or registration information, visit www.xplor.org/print09.




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