Minneapolis, Minn. – Millennial leaders in print will present a Roadmap to Attracting Next-Generation Talent in a July 28 Printing Industry Midwest (PIM) SmartCafe webinar. The importance of attracting a new generation of employees is a universal agreement in our printing industry. However, what’s not so clear is how to effectively educate young talent about the benefits of a career in printing. On this PIM webinar, established millennials in graphic communications will provide unique insights and practical steps towards overcoming labor challenges and establish a workforce pipeline.
Moderator, Nick Gawreluk, Sales Operation Manager for Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, is a millennial print evangelist who will present down-to-earth examples and practical tactics to secure the future of your company's aging workforce. Then, he’ll turn his attention to a panel of experienced print executives who will offer their unique perspectives on attracting young talent.
Josh Montcastle, Director of Strategic Accounts for Boingo Graphics, is a proud #millennialswhoprint advocate with a strong vision of how companies can reach success in recruiting and managing teams. Deanne Sinclair, a 2015 MBA graduate and passionate entrepreneur, is the proud owner of Cambridge Label, a custom manufacturing label business. Hunter Bliss is an American who received a print technology bachelor's degree in Germany and is the founder of Pebble Printing Group, based in Shenzhen, China.
To support print stakeholders to expose the value and opportunity of print careers, all registrants will have the opportunity to receive a free Print is Everywhere Kit, a custom-designed box complete with industry segment brochures, a career guide, and resealable stickers, produced by Print Industries. (Attendance required.)
Attendance is free to members (and prospective members!) of all regional Print Industries Affiliates. Registration is required to attend. Attendees will receive a link to the event recording. REGISTER HERE or email Steve Bonoff at [email protected] or call 612.400.6200.