Marketing expert Rosemarie Monaco of Group M featured in pre-GRAPH EXPO Webinar
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Englewood Cliffs, NJ - Group M Inc. marketing expert Rosemarie Monaco will be featured in a Graphic Arts Show Company webinar tomorrow that highlights several educational seminars printers can attend during GRAPH EXPO in Chicago.
The webinar is being held during the GRAPH EXPO Virtual Preview on Thursday, August 19 at 12:30 PM Eastern time (11:30 AM Central time). For more information and to register, visit: www.graphexpo.com/virtualpreview.
The webinar features a live Q&A session with Monaco, the president and CEO of Group M Inc, an award-winning, full-service Public Relations and Integrated Marketing agency, who will be talking about her upcoming GRAPH EXPO Marketing presentation, "Printer-Marketer Magic: A Plan for Growing Your Business."
Three other GRAPH EXPO presenters will join Monaco on the pre-GRAPH EXPO webinar:
- Dave Fellman, sales consultant and Quick Printing magazine columnist, "Blockbuster Business Growth Solutions for Quick/Small Commercial Printers"
- Mary Redmond, Independent Lease Review, "Negotiate To Be Heard"
- Frank Romano, RIT's School of Printing Management and Sciences and WhatTheyThink.com columnist, "Status of Printing in the U.S., Future of the Printed Product"
The event is for business owners, sales executives, business development executives, or anyone eager to use proven marketing tools to grow their business. During the seminar, Monaco will teach attendees how to understand the marketing process, develop a simple, workable marketing plan, the importance of the marketing message, and more.
"Printers will want to attend GRAPH EXPO and these seminars so they can learn how to stay ahead of the trends and boost their sales," Monaco said. "I speak to printers all the time and if there's one thing they have been recognizing during the struggling economy is the need to market themselves to help increase their sales. This pre-GRAPH EXPO webinar and the seminars at the show will help printers get a handle on their marketing and help them drive sales," Monaco added.