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Industry Leaders Guide SGIA on Issues to Better Serve Membership

Friday, February 21, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

SGIA Committees focus on the direction of the industry

Fairfax, Virginia — Leaders in the specialty imaging community convened in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida last week for SGIA’s 2014 Congress of Committees, to provide insight and direction by focusing on strategic issues important to the future of SGIA.

“If you aren’t a member of the association, I’d like you to explore the opportunity for a few moments. SGIA is an association that only has one purpose; to make your business stronger,” stated Marshall Atkinson, Chief Operating Officer of Visual Impressions LLC. “Huge amounts of resource materials are available to you as a member, as well as access to just about anything that could positively affect your business. With a groundbreaking print industry trade show, and an outstandingly written journal, members have the business advantage over their competitors.”

The Committees include:

  • Industry Development Committee
  • PDAA Steering Committee
  • Digital Textile and Décor Committee
  • Garment Decorators Steering Committee
  • Graphics Production Committee
  • Sustainability Committee
  • Ink & Chemical Manufacturers Committee
  • Safety, Health, and Personnel Committee
  • Industrial Applications Committee
  • Printed Electronics & Membrane Switch Committee
  • Membership Committee
  • Convention & Exposition Committee
  • Education Committee (New)

SGIA is a proactive, fast-moving association. The SGIA Leadership drives the Association’s forward thinking approach to serving the community. The committees play a critical role in the development of programs and activities beneficial to specific membership segments and the membership as a whole.

For more information about the SGIA Leadership, contact Michael Robertson.

 

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