Fifth Annual I-TAG Meeting to Explore Trends and Opportunities in Graphic Communications
Press release from the issuing company
PARAMUS, NJ, November 7, 2007 - Leading graphic communications professionals will meet to discuss the industry's most significant challenges and opportunities at NAPL's fifth annual Industry Trends Analysis Group (I-TAG) forum. This year's I-TAG will take place in Kennesaw, Georgia on November 12-13, and it promises to be informative, provocative, and insightful.
"The annual I-TAG meetings give leaders in the industry a chance to look at the trends in depth and to share their observations and ideas in an environment that focuses specifically on the industry," explains NAPL president and CEO Joseph P. Truncale. "They're structured to be highly interactive-a true give-and-take among people who know the field inside-out."
I-TAG members review and discuss industry topics identified as critical by NAPL's Printing Economic Research Center (PERC). Among the issues addressed and discussed will be:
- The Changing Nature of Competition
- Green Manufacturing
- Customer Focus
I-TAG members discuss the industry as a group and later in smaller teams during the 1 1/2-day meeting. The results of those discussions will form the basis for research reports published yearly by NAPL.
To find out more about I-TAG, contact Joan Kasper at 800-642-6275 ext. 6344.
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