Creo Users Association Announce Executive Track Speakers
Press release from the issuing company
VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA -- February 2, 2004 -- Award-winning printers, leading print buyers, and on demand printing experts headline the Executive Track program of the Creo Users Association (CUA) Conference, to be held in Vancouver, Canada, February 26, 2004.
Speakers include George Kallas, President of Metropolitan Fine Printers of Vancouver, who will describe how the drive for excellence, a customer-focused attitude and concentrated tactics rewarded the company with seven Benjamin Franklin awards.
Printing executives will also hear from the print- buying customer. Kosta Tsetsekas, Principal of Signals Design Group, one of Canada's leading design agencies, will speak about how printers can reach-and keep-their customers.
The page count of digital printing is forecast to grow by 500 percent over the next five years. Ursula Burns, President of the Xerox Business Group will describe how early adopters are achieving success with the on demand opportunity.
Creo CEO Amos Michelson will also address the group on Economic Thinking, the foundation of a solid business strategy. This successful program teaches Creo employees how to incorporate economic thinking into decision-making. Creo President Judi Hess and Patrick Morrissey, Vice President of Sales will also share their knowledge, leadership and industry insight. The Executive Track also provides networking opportunities for the CEOs, CFOs, CTOs, owners and managers of printing and graphic arts companies that use Creo systems.
For information on registering for the Executive Track and the Creo Users Association annual conference, visit www.creousers.org.
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