Pulp and Paper Conferences Launches e-Business Newsletter
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Feb. 6, 2001 Paper eNews, the first e-business-focused newsletter serving the paper, converting and forest products industries, was recently launched by Pulp & Paper Conferences, a division of paperloop. Paperloop is the premier business and information exchange for these markets, and the publisher of some of the industry's most widely read periodicals including Pulp & Paper, PPI and Pulp & Paper Week.
Distributed electronically on a bi-monthly basis, Paper eNews uses regular features and case studies to cut through the B2B e-commerce hype and provide industry professionals with practical information on how to successfully integrate the latest e-commerce technologies and ideas into their businesses.
"Paper eNews is a much-needed resource in the paper, converting and forest products industries because, with each passing day, technology and e-commerce become an increasingly essential part of day-to-day business," says Karl Jensen, manager of e-business program development for Pulp & Paper Conferences. "Professionals in these industries need practical, useful information regarding e-commerce. Paper eNews is the ideal resource because it spans the supply chain from supplier to end-user, as well as dot-coms and technology solution providers."
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