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HP-IPG Organizes Educational Program for Print Service Providers

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

New Delhi, Delhi, – Hewlett Packard- the market leader in imaging and printing industry has taken an initiative to organize the (PSP) meet across India in 6 cities: Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and New Delhi. As a product of this program HP will convene the Print Service Providers and their customers to educate them with upcoming trends in the printing industry, to build trust and strengthen relationships and to develop a platform for information exchange.

The one day workshop is being led by Puneet Chadha- Director, GSB, HP India and Paresh Shetty-Business Unit Manager- Signage, HP India. They ran intensive sessions on newer printing streams in graphic solution business, upcoming trends in outdoor and signage industry. The program targets to educate the stakeholders with overall management trends related to customer expectations and customer service, thus beneficial for the overall growth and progression of the print partners.

"It is a great pleasure to meet our print partners and interact with them. The overall objective of this meet is to reinforce bonding with our existing customers and to guide them with newer profitable avenues in printing industry. We look forward to continuously support our print partners and aim to nurture their talents and skills, which will in turn be progressive for HP`s existence. The feedback generated from this one day meet will help us to develop a stronger product portfolio." said Puneet Chadha- Director, GSB, HP India.

"We value our relationship with our customers and believe in the concept of mutual growth. Most of these PSPs are established players in the signage industry, we aim to bring them together and work cohesively in the interest of the industry at large" said Paresh Shetty, Business Unit Manager- Signage, HP India.

During the program HP would throw light on HP's present and future investments in printing business, share with the print partners the upcoming trends in both commercial and industrial printing industry, product portfolios, the print partner's network base transformation and its importance and influence on their printing future.

"It was a wonderful experience to be a part of this program. The interactions and sessions were very informative and improved our printing perspective to a great extent. It was very enlightening and we look forward to more of such programs by HP" said D.J. Bangara, Managing Director, Auto Graphics Digital, Bangalore.


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