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Print Consultant Margie Dana to Run Print Buyer Seminar

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Margie Gallo Dana of the Boston-area firm Dana Consulting is sponsoring a print buyer seminar entitled "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Printing – but Were Afraid to Ask!" from 8:30 am till 12 noon on Thursday, February 7, at the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Building, 10 Winter St., Boston. Ms. Dana, a former corporate print-buyer who founded her consulting firm in 1997 to promote effective communication between printers and their customers, will be joined by printers, a paper specialist, and a graphic designer. This seminar will benefit anyone and everyone who wants to learn how to work more effectively with the printing industry. A member of the Printing Institute’s Board of Directors, Ms. Dana is a regular contributor to "Expert Row" on www.whattheythink.com, the major Internet printing portal, as well as the Editor of Print Buyer Today, a new publication for print buyers. This seminar will address a host of important issues for buyers, including how to design a job with the printer in mind, why paper is so critical in every print job, how to develop successful relationships with printers, and how to communicate with printers. It is designed to help print buyers, designers, purchasing agents, ad agency personnel, and business owners at every level – in short, anyone who works with commercial printers. Opportunities for questions will be provided also. Ms. Dana says, "Consumer education about printing is nonexistent. Our goal is to help educate buyers about the printing industry in ways that benefit both the buyer and the printer. This seminar will lay the groundwork for ongoing education in New England, as we bring printers and buyers together to share information that will serve them both." The cost for the event is $99 per person, or $79 per person for two or more attendees from one firm. To register, visit www.printconsulting.com/Seminar.htm. Please contact [email protected] for more information, or call 617 730 5951.