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NPES Will Spotlight Successful Entrance Strategies in International Print Market

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RESTON, VA, June 13, 2006 -- Print industry executives seeking to launch a profitable operation in today's most promising global markets will be treated to a wealth of insights at the upcoming international trade seminar, "Profiting from the Big Emerging Markets of China, India, Brazil, and Russia - Setting Up a Strategic Plan and Making It Work." Organized by NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies, the one-day seminar will be headlined by a roster of senior international print industry leaders, including: Ray Hartman, Group Executive Vice President , R.R. Donnelley Company Lu Chang-An, General Manager, Beiren Manufacturing Company - the largest manufacturer of printing equipment in China Evgueny Boutman, President, ECS Corporate Group Moscow Seminar attendees will network with NPES members who are thriving in business overseas, learn first-hand how to avoid costly mistakes, and take home an arsenal of data on today's hottest emerging print markets. Economic forecasts and specific advisories will be presented for China, India, Brazil and India by NPES international market representatives and other industry experts. "NPES understands that experienced guidance and support is vital for our member companies who are new to the game of expanding beyond U.S. borders," says NPES Chairman Tom Saggiomo, who will preside over the seminar. "A line-up of authoritative speakers like this does not come often, and should not be missed." Seminar Details Date and time: July 21, 2006, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: Hilton Suites Hotel in Oakbrook, Illinois (conveniently located near O'Hare Airport) Cost: $395 for NPES members ($445 after June 29); $645 for non-members To register, contact Mercedes Florio at (703) 264-7200 or [email protected] For more details, including registration information and a full seminar agenda, visit http://www.npes.org.