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NPES Regional Meetings Feature Printer Panels, Differentiating Your Company, and Key Industry Data

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December 10, 2007 - RESTON, VA. NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies will conduct a series of Regional Meetings in Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Ohio and California in January and February 2008.
Running from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the meetings will offer in-depth vendor-customer dialogue, spotlight how to differentiate your company from your competition, and provide valuable market data and networking opportunities.
"Our Regional Meetings were conceived last year as a convenient way to deliver robust, relevant content to our member companies close to their own offices," says Ralph Nappi, NPES President. "By spending part of their work day with us at a nearby venue, they can launch into the new year with a boost of industry knowledge, sales and customer service insights, and strong networking value that our members have come to expect from NPES."
Headlining the agenda, a team of printing company leaders from each region will engage in dialogue with NPES members on industry topics of mutual concern and share their insights on the marketplace.
The meetings will also feature a 90-minute workshop by veteran consultant Robert Nadeau on Being Different in the Eyes of Your Customers, which will reveal the key to customer loyalty - delivering the right mix of value to customers. During this interactive session participants will define the mix of value they are currently delivering to their customers, determine how their customers derive benefit from this value, and identify ways to differentiate their company from their competition.
Rounding out the agenda will be updates on the latest Market Data findings from NPES and the Print Industries Market Information and Research Organization (PRIMIRSM), plus a special presentation on "Globalization: Opportunity or Threat".
For more information, or to download a registration form, visit: www.npes.org.