R&E Council of NAPL Sets Agenda, Speakers for PRINT 05 Critical Trends Breakfast
Press release from the issuing company
Paramus, NJ - 6/30/2005 - The Research and Engineering Council of the National Association for Printing Leadership (R&E Council of NAPL) has announced the agenda and speakers for its annual Critical Trends Breakfast, to be held at PRINT 05 and CONVERTING 05, the forthcoming graphic arts show in Chicago. The Breakfast, to be held at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 12, 2005, in McCormick Place Room S105BCD adjacent to the exhibition hall, will feature a review of printing technology at the international industry trade show. Speakers will include representatives of major printing companies, printing equipment and supply vendors, and industry consultants. The Breakfast will be moderated by Robert Whitton, Jr., principal of The Arellton Group.
Commenting on the event, R&E Council of NAPL Managing Director Ronald L. Mihills said, "R&E Council of NAPL Critical Trends Breakfasts held at major graphic arts trade shows are regarded by industry leaders as key course of information about new products. Attendees at our recent breakfast at drupa and Graph Expo 2004 benefited greatly from the timely synthesis of information we routinely provide. A portion of the proceeds from the Breakfast will be donated to the Print & Graphics Scholarship Foundation Campaign for the 21st Century. Corporate sponsorships for the breakfast are available."
To register for the R&E Council of NAPL Critical Trends Breakfast at PRINT 05 AND CONVERTING 05, call 800.642.6275, Option 5, or visit www.napl.org/events/.
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