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SPIRE Brings Together Industry Leaders for Educational Experience

Friday, February 22, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Fairfax, VA - SGIA's annual SPIRE meeting (Innisbrook, Palm Harbor, Florida; February 24–27) will gather industry leaders from the graphics community next month for discussions on graphics trends, new innovations and ideas to ignite sales.

"SPIRE provides SGIA member imaging professionals a platform to interact and network with other community leaders," said Michael Robertson, SGIA's president and CEO. "It is a great opportunity to hear from knowledgeable speakers who live and breathe large company issues every day, as well as a chance to gain an inside view of the changing marketplace from fellow members."

David Cichelli, Senior Vice President of The Alexander Group Inc., will present how to redesign your sales compensation plans to produce the right sales results and exceed company objectives.

Dene Taylor, from SPF-Inc. will present an overview of various ink systems used for fleet markings as well as an update on films and laminate developments and expectations.

Nathan Franzblau, of Graphic Application Systems, and Rob Ivers, of RobIvers.com, will join Mr. Taylor for a panel discussion regarding adhesive graphic applications.

Scott Crosby (Holland & Crosby Limited), Dean DeMarco (IDL Worldwide) and Nadine Tripodi (Butler Technologies Inc) will provide the three SPIRE Member Company profiles in 2013.

SGIA thanks and recognizes the 2013 SPIRE sponsors: Agfa, Arlon Graphics LLC, Durst Image Technology, EFI, FLEXcon and FUJIFILM.

For more information about SPIRE 2013, visit SGIA.org, Keyword: SPIRE.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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