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Print World 2010 announces "How to Win the War on Print" an exclusive panel discussion

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Toronto - Print World, the only printing trade show in North America with an exclusive focus on shorter-run printing, is announcing a special panel discussion, "How to Win the War on Print" with a high-profile speaker line-up during the show on November 20-22, 2010, in downtown Toronto.

The panelists represent an A-list of who's who in the North American printing industry. They are John Williams, CEO of Domtar; Brian Reid, president of Transcontinental Printing; Perry Nixdorf, vice president of operations at The Globe and Mail national newspaper; and Frank Romano, world-renowned industry expert.

In this can't-miss special Print World Panel Presentation, these key players will outline their prescriptions for fighting the so-called war on print, particularly on the electronic and environmental fronts. They will prescribe how print can fight back, promote its strengths and stay relevant; and outline how their own companies are mounting a strong offense.

"We're pleased to have assembled a panel of such distinguished speakers to address this key issue in our industry," said show manager Sandy Donald. "They will deliver valuable strategies and significant insight that the whole industry can benefit from."

The panel is in addition to a full agenda of keynote speakers, management seminars and special panel discussions.

Print World takes place on November 20-22, 2010, at the Direct Energy Centre in downtown Toronto. The city, Canada's largest metropolitan area (5 million+), is the heart of the Canadian printing market.




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