Landmark Study of the Prepress Industry Will Highlight 2001 IPA Conference
Press release from the issuing company
EDINA, MINNESOTA -- July 10, 2001 -- "A Brave New World, Forging Your Future in Visual Communications," is the focus of an extraordinary IPA Management Conference, scheduled for October 7-10 at the exclusive Camelback Inn - in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Conference will center on how graphic communications companies can harness their resources to capitalize on business opportunities presented by new technologies.
Over the past few months, the IPA Board of Directors has launched a landmark study of the prepress industry, intended to capture the experience and insight of customers, competitors and suppliers, to arm IPA and its members with all the facts and analysis needed to take smart strategic action.
The results of this landmark study will be presented at the Conference. This comprehensive research project will offer all attendees an extraordinary window into the future of the industry and provide them a competitive edge in planning their companies' future. In addition, the Conference offers an extensive array of sessions designed to help industry leaders make strategic, timely and effective decisions.
"The IPA has acknowledged that many of our members are facing challenging times trying to reinvent themselves as technology has changed," noted Mike Danz, IPA first vice chair and president of Mandel Graphic Solutions, Milwaukee. "IPA leadership has put a lot of energy into the understanding of where the industry is heading and how to capitalize on new opportunities. Conference attendees are going benefit considerably from all we've discovered."
Additional information and on-line registration for the 2001 IPA Management Conference is available at http://www.ipa.org/conferences/management2001/ or by calling the IPA at (800)255-8141.
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