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SGIA's Business Development Conference & Retail Workshop

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

SGIA is hitting the road! Join SGIA in Chicago next month for the popular Business Development Conference (May 15–16), and then in Los Angeles for the one-of-a-kind regional Workshop, Positioning Your Business for Success in Retail Channels (June 19–20).

Business Development Conference — Increasing Your Marketspace
Implementing successful retail experiences requires that imagers understand their core customers, maybe even better than they understand themselves. SGIA's trademark Business Development Conference will offer the perfect mix of case studies and industry expertise to help imagers increase profitability in the marketplace.

Noted speakers and panelists include Deborah Corn, of Print Media Center; Martine Padilla, of Sophizio; Dolf Kahle, of Visual Marking Systems; and SGIA’s Marci Kinter. View the complete educational program and register here.

Positioning Your Business for Success in Retail Channels
Hart Consulting Services and SGIA are teaming up to help imagers benefit from a unique Workshop focused on the retail sector, filled with interactive learning segments and roll-up-your-sleeves exercises.

This two-day Workshop, led by retail experts, Brian Hart and Clayton Marsh of Hart Consulting Services, will help you support your customers through educational programming; build relationships with retailers and brand managers; and learn the common language for the retail market.

You may register here.

Follow SGIA.org, Keyword: Events for more information about these, and other, educational opportunities in 2012.

 

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