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Educating High-Volume Graphics Producers

The Signage and Graphics Summit takes place January 24-26 in Tucson.

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The Signage and Graphics Summit will take place January 24-26, 2007 at the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson, AZ. Designed for executives of high-volume digital printing companies as well as sign and screenprinting companies, the 3-day Summit is an educational event that comprises an array of panel sessions, roundtable discussions, keynote sessions, as well as networking events.

The Summit’s educational program–developed by the editors of The Big Picture, Signs of the Times and Screen Printing magazines-includes the following:

* An Update on Inkjet Printing for Non-Tech Execs

* What Is “Lean Manufacturing” and How Can You Implement it in Your Plant?

* Getting Maximum Performance from Your Workforce

* Working with the Government to Protect Your Rights and Your Business

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* New Strategies in Salesforce Management

* Selecting Vendors and Measuring their Performance

* Capital Investment: Choosing the Right Time and Evaluating the Payback

* Hitting the Colors Your Clients Demand

* Transferring Your Business to the Next Generation

* What’s in Store for Your Business–An Economic Outlook for 2007

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* The Future of Non-Traditional Outdoor Advertising

* A Look Ahead on Inkjet Technology

* The Changing Face of Electronic Digital Signage

* Run-Length Decisions Between Screen and Digital Printing

* The Second Annual SGS Buyers’ Panel

* Developing a Winning Corporate Culture

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* Six Keys to Being More Profitable in 2007

Registration fee: $1049, including all educational sessions, networking breakfasts, roundtable discussions, receptions ($949 if before December 13); group rates available.

THE SIGNAGE AND GRAPHICS SUMMIT

www.thesignageandgraphicssummit.com

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