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Get your head around retail at SGIA's Business Development Conference

Monday, February 21, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Fairfax, Virginia - The SGIA Business Development Conference - Improve Your Position in the Retail Supply Chain (Denver, Colorado; May 11-12, 2011) - is the only industry event where imagers can learn how to become major players in the profitable retail market.

"In order to stay competitive in the current market, companies have to get a piece of the retail business," said Michael Robertson, SGIA's President and CEO. "It's one of the most lucrative markets for specialty imagers."

This can't-miss Conference offers a detailed educational lineup, featuring two days of in-depth sessions and case studies presented by experienced leaders in the retail sector. Educational discussions include:
- How to better understand and navigate the retail sector       
- Getting ahead of the competition in the retail supply chain         
- Improving profitability in this growing market          

In the Conference's expert panel discussion, Winning at Retail: Separating the RFP winners from the RFP losers, Jay McLoughlin of ReThink Fabrics, Carol Spieckerman of newmarketbuilders and Martine Padilla of Sophizio (who has represented clients such as Godiva, The Walt Disney Company and Toyota Motor Sales) will unite to discuss future opportunities and best practices for graphic communications firms in the retail sector.

Don't miss this unprecedented Business Development Conference focused on improving your position in the retail supply chain. For more details and to register, visit SGIA.org, Keyword: BusConf.

 

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