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Xeikon to hold 'Executive Communication Exchange' forums

April 25, 2011

The half day sessions will feature presentations from industry experts, as well as networking opportunities.

Xeikon America, Inc. has announced the launch of 2011 Executive Communication Exchange forums for the label industry. These educational forums are intended for owners, executives and other key decision makers and influencers in the label printing industry. As part of the half-day sessions, the first of which will take place on May 11 in Philadelphia, label printers will hear presentations from several industry’s experts and interact with their industry peers.

“The rate of change affecting the label industry – both economic and technological – has never been faster,” says Michael V. Ring, president, Xeikon America, Inc. “It offers unbridled potential for business-savvy and nimble companies to seize the opportunity.”

The events will examine label printing trends and technologies from multiple perspectives:

Label & Narrow Web editor Jack Kenny will serve as moderator, in addition to providing his view on today’s market.
• InfoTrends’ Bob Leahey will talk about his latest research study on brand owners and the direction in which they’re headed.
• Jay Ziegler, director, sales & marketing at Tapecon, will share his experience using digital and flexographic technologies side-by-side.

Attendees also will benefit from the many networking opportunities. The first session will take place at Philadelphia’s Corinthian Yacht Club on Wednesday, May 11, from 10:30 AM through 2:30 PM. Other Executive Communication Exchange events are scheduled for June 22 in Southern California, July 12 in the New York City/Southern New England area; and August 16 in suburban Chicago. There is no charge for participation.

To register for any of the events, please contact Andy Dwivedi by email at or by phone at 630-438-7932.

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