The NPES 2013 conference is taking place over two days this November in Orlando, Florida, hosted by the Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies, originally known as the National Printing Equipment Association. The event is likely to attract both those who work with printing companies and those looking to market towards the industry.
The conference will consist of numerous educational sessions, a networking lunch and breakfast, a cocktail reception, and a dinner. It will start off with the NPES Executive Committee Meeting and will be followed by the reception and dinner, during which the Harold W. Gegenheimer Awards for Industry Services will be handed out.
The keynote speaker will be Jay Rifenbary, who will be discussing ‘No excuses leadership’. Other topics of discussion will be ‘Identifying global opportunities for the print industry’, presented by Alex Chan, and ‘A customer's view of our world’ with Keith Kemp.
The yearly event acts not only as a chance to meet with fellow peers in the printing industry and equipment manufacturers, but also as an opportunity to learn the latest techniques and marketing strategies taking place in the sector.
NPES 2013 is taking place at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando from November 11 to 12. Fees are $175 for those attending the conference for the first time, $350 for those who have attended in the past, and $150 for a guest or spouse of a NPES member. To learn more about the event, contact Carol Lee Hawkins at 703-264-7200.