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R&E Council To Host Critical Trends Breakfast At DRUPA 2004

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

White Stone, VA, February 2004—The Research and Engineering Council of the National Association for Printing Leadership will hold the next of its critical trends breakfasts at DRUPA 2004, the upcoming graphic arts show to be held in Dusseldorf, Germany. The breakfast—on Monday, May 10, 2004, at the Hilton Dusseldorf Hotel—will feature industry executives and observers commenting on significant technologies and products at the show, and will provide a North American perspective on the printing industry. The R&E Council DRUPA 2004 breakfast is being chaired by Barbara Pellow, chair of the Rochester Institute of Technology School of Print Media. Speakers at the DRUPA 2004 Critical Trends Breakfast include: - Gerd Finkbeiner, Chairman of the Board, MAN Roland Druckmaschinen - Guy Gecht, CEO, EFI - Gilbert J. Hatch, President, Xerox Corporation Production Systems Group - James Langley, President, Eastman Kodak Commercial Printing Group - Bernhard Schreier, CEO, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Commenting on the breakfast, R&E Council managing director Ronald L. Mihills said: “Graphic arts industry personnel around the world look forward to the R&E Council breakfasts at major trade shows. The DRUPA 2004 breakfast promises to be among the best, featuring some of the most prestigious printing industry executives as speakers. Attendees at the breakfast are sure to learn of significant and critical trends which will affect the worldwide printing business in the future.” Details regarding the R&E Council DRUPA 2004 Critical Trends Breakfast may be obtained by contacting the R&E Council at 804-436-9922 or via Email at recouncil@rivnet.net. A reservation form is available at www.napl.org/services/events/upcoming_events.cfm.

 

 

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