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SIG3 Events Partners With Interquest To Produce Seminars On Color Variable Data Print

Friday, September 05, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

YORKTOWN HTS, NY, (September 3, 2003)– SIG3 Events announced today the formation of a joint venture with INTERQUEST to co-produce a series of educational seminars around the country. The initial series will be titled “Profiting with Color Variable Data Print” and will take place during a two week period this November. “We are very pleased to be among the first to bring this important technical knowledge to the community in this type of forum,” said SIG3 principal Geri Del Priore, EDP. “We recognize the enormous need for education in the printing industry for variable data opportunities that are not being fully utilized, and want to be able to make a powerful difference in this arena.” This first series takes the fundamental content of a market report first produced earlier this year by INTERQUEST, “Implementing Color Variable Data Printing”, and tailors it for the specific needs of commercial printers, service bureaus and in-plant printers.  Gilles Biscos, president of INTERQUEST, said, “We have been pleasantly surprised by the broad acceptance of our report as an educational tool within most of the major players in the industry. We feel that taking this on the road to a greater audience will only help everyone in the business to understand the current potential of this market.” “Profiting with Color Variable Data Print” will take place on the following dates: November 10, Boston, MA; November 12, New York City; November 14, Washington, DC; November 17, Chicago, IL; November 19, San Francisco, CA; November 21, Los Angeles, CA. Full agenda, registration and venue details will be available at www.sig3events.com.




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