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Call for speakers announced for CGX emerge 2011 conference

Monday, November 08, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Houston, TX – Consolidated Graphics, Inc., one of North America's leading general commercial printing companies, announced today its emerge 2011 Conference will be held May 18 and 19, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas, TX, and speaker submissions are now being accepted.

Emerge 2011 provides qualified speakers an opportunity to participate in this private high-visibility event, attended by an exclusive group of 1,000 C-level managers and marketing leaders from across CGX's broad customer base and senior management and sales staff from each of CGX's 70 operations in the U.S., Toronto and Prague.

Qualified speakers may download an application and submit their proposals online until December 6, 2010.  Being sought are thought leaders and subject matter experts across printing, marketing and related disciplines, who are capable of delivering interesting and relevant information for keynote presentations, breakout sessions and hands-on workshops.  Session formats are flexible, ranging from 30 minutes to one hour, and interactivity is encouraged including case studies, tutorials, questions/answers or research results.  New ideas and proposals geared to these tracks are welcome:

- Marketing
- Technology (driving marketing and print initiatives)
- Print production specialties
- Creativity
- Digital printing
- Print management

All speakers will receive complimentary transportation to/from the Hyatt Regency Dallas, accommodations, and full conference registration which includes all sessions, business expo and networking/entertainment events.

 

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