Annual meeting to discuss the evolution of print

The Print Industries Market Information and Research Organization (PRIMIR) is holding its annual summer meeting this July in Cleveland, Ohio.

The topic of the meeting will be about how print is changing and evolving. Attendees will find out the results of two research reports – one that examines the printing trends surrounding labels and tags, and another that looks at the applications of commercial print.

A panel featuring Al Carrero, Paul Hvizda and Tom Weber – which will talk about the evolving print firm – is planned for day two of the meeting. There is also set to be a member exchange on the latter of the two reports, which will also talk about what topics should be covered in future studies.

Those attending will also find out about new market opportunities and have the chance to tour a packaging plant. In addition, there will be social events such as breakfasts, lunches, a networking dinner, and receptions.

Registration fees are $425 for PRIMIR members and $450 for non-members; a second employee at a member firm only pays $375. Guests can also get special deals on hotel accommodation, but those planning to attend must register before July 11th.

This meeting should be of interest to those who work for printing services companies, not just those directly involved in packaging.

The PRIMIR Summer Meeting will be held at the Double Tree Downtown - Lakeside Hotel in Cleveland from July 21 to 23. To find out more the meeting and the agenda, contact Rekha Ratnam at 703-264-7200.