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GPA and Blooming Color—What Now? Surviving Change in Print—A Live Virtual Event

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Chicago, IL – GPA, the experts in providing global industry and product intelligence to the Digital, Offset and Flexo communities, in partnership with Blooming Color, forward thinking commercial print leaders and pioneers, announce a live virtual event from GPA’s Innovation Lab at their Corporate GPA Headquarters in Chicago. Attendees to their March 24th event will experience collaboration between the two organizations where they’ll bring focus to obstacles the print industry has to overcome and concepts and approaches in change management that resulted in business transformation. Most importantly, they’ll discuss meaningful strategies to propel business forward based upon tangible experience and industry intelligence.

GPA’s Business Development Directors, Matt Buckley and Mike Blanco will host with guest panelists, Rosemarie Breske Garvey, President of Blooming Color, and Brian Scott, CEO. “Print survived challenging times by adapting and managing change. We’re excited to talk about how printers are using this experience to thrive and move print forward,” says Buckley. Conversations seeded deep in best practices implemented to adjust to today’s realities will lay the foundation for their discussion.

“It has been quite the ride the last two years, but we remain optimistic as we see new growth.” Says Breske Garvey. “Our clients and our partners, like GPA, are excited again about the future, and we’re glad to be collaborating,” she adds.

The continuous observation of global trends, combination of engaging interactions with attendees and panelists and a focus on optimistic strategies reinforce GPA and Blooming Color’s continued strength and advancement in the marketplace.

For more information on how to attend on March 24th, contact Jessica DeCola, Marketing Manager for GPA at [email protected]


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