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Printplanet.com Attracts Industry Leaders To Host The Printplanet Mingle At Graphexpo 2003

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, September 29, 2003 – Printable Technologies, the leading online software provider for the graphic communications industry, and owner and technology patron of PrintPlanet.com, today announced the eight corporate hosts of the PrintPlanet Mingle, which will be held on Tuesday, September 30, 2003, at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, directly adjacent to the GraphExpo 2003 show. PrintPlanet.com is the premier discussion site for graphic communications professionals, where members from around the world converse and respond to the hottest issues affecting the industry today. Throughout the 22 E-Communities currently available, PrintPlanet.com provides a centralized network for graphic arts, prepress and printing professionals, and other individuals who are interested in exchanging news, tips and knowledge that is crucial to the success of this industry. The PrintPlanet Mingle, which made its return to the trade show scene at Graph Expo 2002, has been one of the most popular events at trade shows where it has been held, attracting printing professionals and vendors alike. This year's event is co-hosted by Agfa, Dalim Software, Hewlett-Packard Company, Kodak Polychrome Graphics, Printable Technologies, Inc., Printing Impressions, Prism, StaffingTools.com and WhatTheyThink.com. "At PrintPlanet.com, renowned industry experts, individuals new to the industry and everyone else in between, share the floor for unprecedented interaction, and we're excited to once again be hosting the PrintPlanet Mingle as a great way for members to meet face-to-face," said Joe Fedor, Product Manager for Printable Technologies. "PrintPlanet's forward-thinking members and host companies have made it clear that this is the chosen Internet destination for knowledge exchange in the graphic communications industry. Printable and PrintPlanet appreciate the tremendous amount of activity that they have generated, and continue to generate, throughout the E Communities on PrintPlanet.com." Fedor also commented, "We're especially excited about the new forums created over the last year that have generated large amounts of information sharing, specifically the Variable Data Printing, and Mac OS X, which are right up there with the usual high-traffic forums like Computer-to-Plate and QuarkXPress." Companies that are interested in reaching a graphic communications-targeted audience while assisting in the support of PrintPlanet.com activities can contact Joe Fedor at [email protected] for pricing and policy.