Pictorial University Announces Keynote Speaker For May 2007 Session
Press release from the issuing company
Carlstadt, NJ, April 18, 2007 - Pictorial Offset Corporation, the leader in addressing environmental issues affecting commercial printing for over 25 years, is proud to announce that Peggie Pelosi of Orenda Connections in Toronto, Ontario, Canada will be the keynote speaker for Pictorial University on May 15, 2007.
Peggie Pelosi will be speaking on “Corporate Karma: How Businesses Can Move Forward by Giving Back.” Peggie inspires international business leaders through her speaking, coaching and writing – all based on 20 years of personal sales success. At the peak of her sales career, Peggie was brought in as VP of Network Development (Sales) for USANA Health Sciences. Seeing the corporate culture was hampering bottom-line results, she created a partnership between USANA and the Children’s Hunger Fund. Over the next three years sales increased dramatically, resulting in a more than 3000% increase in the company’s share value.
She went on to establish Orenda Connections, a company dedicated to helping companies leverage the power of corporate philanthropy to create a meaningful connection between people and the places they work.
The theme for the Pictorial University Spring 2007 session is Q=E², or Quality equals Excellence in Execution. This session of Pictorial University will be held at the Glenpointe Marriott Hotel in Teaneck, New Jersey on May 15th, 2007, and will explore new trends and technologies in the paper and printing industry – and how these new developments can and do affect final print quality. A unique selection of qualified experts will join Pictorial University sponsors Sappi Paper and Kodak, along with Pictorial Offset Corporation, in exploring these emerging technologies and will also provide some practical tools to put to work immediately after the Pictorial University session.
Pictorial University welcomes print buyers, marketing managers, corporate communications professionals, graphic designers and advertising agencies to its classes. We also welcome members of AIGA-NY, P-3, APC-NY and IdeAlliance that are in these professions.
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