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PIFE finalizes programming for spring conference

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PA, March 18, 2007 - PIFE, the graphic arts industry's premier network of financial decision makers, finalized its programming for its signature event scheduled for May 4-7, 2008, at the Hilton Sandestin Golf Resort & Spa, Destin, FL.

The program will feature groundbreaking topics that will be crucial for any financial executive in the printing industry. Companies looking to maintain their profitability and looking to expand their bottom line should consider this event a must attend. Key financial executives shouldn't miss important topics on ROI Factors on Capital Expenditures, How to Grow Your Business, Strategic Planning: Process for Performance, The Greening of the Printing Industry, How to Build a Superior Selling Organization, and the always important Sales Tax Update.

"There is simply no other event focused on financial issues in the graphic arts community," said Vance Kapalczynski, Chief Financial Officer, American Printing Co. "This is where financial leaders come together to expand their horizons and their bottom line-whether their company is big or small,"

The conference will have unparalleled networking opportunities that will give attendees the ability to meet with professionals who are facing similar issues in today's economy. In the coming year, companies will need every advantage they can get. It's time to expand your key financial executive's horizons and find the answers you're looking for.

For more information regarding the spring conference or to download the brochure visitwww.pifegroup.com or contact Diane Koch at 412-259-1803 or email dkoch@piagatf.org.

 

 

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