Seybold Chicago Keynote Speakers to Share Publishing Workflow Successes
Press release from the issuing company
Seybold Chicago 2005 SAN FRANCISCO--Aug. 3, 2005-- Seybold Seminars, produced by MediaLive International, Inc., today announced its lineup of keynote speakers as part of the Seybold(R) Chicago 2005 conference agenda. Industry influencers from R.R. Donnelley & Sons, Quark, xpedx, Canto and PiMedia will discuss how they are making publishing workflow succeed for their companies. Seybold Chicago will be held September 11-14, 2005, at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Center in Chicago.
Speakers for Seybold Chicago 2005 include:
-- Mary Lee Schneider, President, Premedia Technology Solutions, R.R. Donnelley & Sons
-- Jurgen Kurz, Senior vice president of product development, Quark
-- John Dunn, Production Director, xpedx
-- Jennifer Neumann, CEO, Canto
-- Dave Ballantyne, Senior VP/IT & Advanced Technology, PiMedia
"Such an impressive lineup of speakers is a testament to the importance of efficient workflow processes in a world where new media technologies are reshaping every aspect of professional content creation," said Drew Miller, Seybold General Manager. "Seybold Chicago is dedicated to creating a forum where experiences can be shared, challenges can be addressed and technologies can be explored."
Seybold Chicago is for people who face challenges while creating, managing and distributing digital content for their organization, such as editorial/content managers, production managers, creative/art directors, asset managers, technical/IT professionals, line of business managers, brand owners, publishers, communications executives and IT strategists.
The event will be co-located with PRINT(R) 05 & CONVERTING(SM) 05, the most comprehensive exhibition in the world for the commercial, package printing and converting technology. Seybold Chicago complements PRINT '05 with a curriculum covering up-front metadata and JDF tools and project workflows, variable data publishing systems and digital asset management with a focus on catalogs, direct marketing and packaging.
Seybold Seminars is expanding its publishing industry influence in 2005 by producing a series of focused conference-only events that will be driven by advances in new technology and the evolving industry into workflow and content management. The Seybold event series will push the adoption of these technologies into the mainstream and show real world examples of enterprises that have succeeded and the challenges and returns they've encountered along the way. Conference dates set for 2005 include: Chicago, September 11-14; New York, October 31-November 2; and San Francisco, November 29-December 2. More information on these events is available at www.seybold365.com.
Online registration is now available at http://www.seybold365.com/chicago/registration/.
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