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Rock LaManna to present at Print 13

August 20, 2013

The L&NW columnist will explain the risks and rewards of sticking with the status quo.

Faced with big decisions, many printing company owners opt to “do nothing.” L&NW columnist Rock LaManna of the LaManna Alliance will explain the risks and rewards of sticking with the status quo in his presentation at this year’s PRINT 13 conference: "Making Big Decisions: Will 'Doing Nothing' Destroy Your Business?" The presentation, which will take place Monday, September 9, from 12:00 – 12:45
PM at Booth 5440 at PRINT 13. It includes a free luncheon for all attendees.

In today’s world of rapid-fire change, owners are uncertain about their next strategic move. “More often than not, they choose to do nothing,” LaManna says. “In some cases, this is a smart play. In others, it can be catastrophic.” Examining the situation from both a financial and operational perspective, LaManna will detail what drives today’s decision makers. He’ll explain what should be the “backbone” for all big decisions, when a decision should be made, and some of the various options available in the marketplace.

Rock LaManna, president and CEO of the LaManna Alliance, helps businesses improve their profitability by developing strategies based on financials. His West Palm Beach, FL-based business focuses on the printing and print-related industries, and provides guidance on mergers and acquisitions, finance, operations, succession planning, recruiting, and family business planning and conflict resolution.
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