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Marc Monseau of Johnson & Johnson to discuss use of Social Media at Print CEO Forum

Friday, September 17, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Featured Speaker: Marc Monseau, Director, Corporate Communications & Social Media, Johnson & Johnson

Lexington, Kentucky USA – WhatTheyThink.com today announced that Marc Monseau, Director, Corporate Communications & Social Media for Johnson & Johnson, will be a featured speaker at the second annual Print CEO Forum scheduled for October 2nd and 3rd, 2010, in Chicago. This printer-only event is sponsored by manroland. Limo transportation to McCormick Place for Graph Expo will be provided on October 3rd. Registration details can be found at http://printceoforum.com.

"For many printing companies, the value of social media as a marketing tool is still somewhat unclear," said Cary Sherburne, Senior Editor and Director of Services for WhatTheyThink. "Marc is not only an expert in Social Media, but he lives it every day in his role with Johnson & Johnson. He will provide keen insight into how printers can use social media to promote their own businesses, as well as the opportunities for supporting clients with social media services. We are honored to have a speaker of Marc's caliber at the second annual Print CEO Forum and know that our attendees will gain significant value from his presentation."

"We are extremely pleased to have Marc Monseau join us at the Print CEO Forum," said Randy Davidson, President, WhatTheyThink. "In selecting a speaker for this topic, our goal was to bring in a marketer from a well-known corporation, and Marc is the perfect choice. His presentation will leave the audience with multiple actionable items they can put to work right away for their own benefit and that of their customers."

To register for the event and for more details, visit PrintCEOForum.com. WhatTheyThink will be communicating further details as they are available via press release, the Forum's web site and other means.

"While this is a printer-only event," said Davidson, "we are pleased that manroland has agreed to be our sponsor this year, allowing us to grow this exclusive event and make it even more valuable to attendees than last year."

About Marc Monseau

Marc Monseau is Director of Corporate Communication and Social Media for Johnson & Johnson, and as such is responsible for a wide range of activities related to the social web, including the company's official blog, www.jnjbtw.com and Twitter account, @JNJComm. Marc also works closely with his colleagues throughout Johnson & Johnson to help them get more involved with the social web. Marc joined Johnson & Johnson more than a decade ago, first working at the company's Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceuticals business and later joining the Corporate Communication department, where he was responsible for interacting with the media. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Marc worked as a reporter for Bloomberg Business News, both in the US and in the UK. Marc studied English Literature at Kenyon College in Ohio, and has a Master Degree in Anglo-American Literary Relations from University College London.

About WhatTheyThink.com

WhatTheyThink is the printing and publishing industry's leading media organization; offering a wide range of publications delivering unbiased, real-time market intelligence, industry news, economic and trend analysis, peer-to-peer communication, and special reports on emerging technology and critical events. WhatTheyThink also hosts webinars and live events as well as providing content through a syndication program, which delivers content directly to related websites.

About manroland

manroland Inc., a division of manroland AG, is the world's second largest printing systems manufacturer and the world's market leader in web offset. manroland employs almost 8,700 people and has annual sales of some Euro 1.7 billion with an export share of almost 80%. Web and sheetfed offset presses provide solutions for publishing, commercial and packaging printing. For more information visit the web site at www.manroland.us.com.




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