Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 16, 2006 -- Four51, Inc. today announced their first webinar of 2007. The company’s Market Trends presentation, part of the Salon Four51 webinar series, will features Four51’s executive vice president of sales, marketing and business development, Tim Morin as moderator, joined by panelists Charlie Corr, group director at InfoTrends, John Nicely, vice president of marketing at WorkflowOne, and Paul Reilly, partner at Compass Capital Partners.
As part of Salon Four51 webinar series, Market Trends for 2007 taps the expertise of three of the industry’s leading executives who will share their views with the audience. The discussion will look at what’s on the horizon for print suppliers and distributors as the industry enters a new year with new challenges and opportunities.
"Our industry continues to change and evolve, marked by consolidation, tempered by technology and guided by customer trends," said Tim Morin, executive vice president of sales, marketing and business development at Four51. “As the first edition of Salon Four51 for the New Year, Market Trends for 2007 will give viewers insight into what to expect from some of the industry’s leading thinkers."
As group director of InfoTrends Production Print Services, Charlie Corr has more than 28 years of experience in the printing field with industry-wide expertise in implementing digital print technology and solutions. Mr. Corr has conducted numerous market research, business development and re-engineering assignments with vendors, print providers and end-users. He is also one of the foremost global keynote speakers on the printing industry.
John Nicely has been an executive in the graphic arts market for twenty years with well-known paper, packaging and print providers. His experience includes senior positions in sales, marketing, supply chain management and operations, with significant roles in strategic planning, new product development, branding and promotions. Prior to joining WorkflowOne, Nicely held the position of vice president of marketing, research and development for Renaissance Mark, a leading North American prime label manufacturer with revenues of over $225 million.
Mr. Reilly joined Compass Capital Partners in September of 2005. Compass is the premier investment banking firm specializing in the printing industry. Founded in 1980, Compass has completed over 120 transactions with consideration totaling over $3.5 billion. Previously, he was Chief Executive Officer, president and chairman of the board of Cenveo, Inc., one of North America’s leading printing firms.
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