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Mike Ferrari to keynote at IMDA Symposium

August 18, 2014

The title of Ferrari’s presentation is "The Golden Age of Print: How IML/IMD can Prosper."

Mike Ferrari, founder and president of Ferrari Innovation Solutions, LLC, will be the keynote speaker at the 2014 IMDA Symposium and Exhibit Hall, October 22-23, 2014, at the DoubleTree Chicago North Shore Hotel & Conference Center, Skokie, IL, USA.

The title of Ferrari’s presentation is "The Golden Age of Print: How IML/IMD can Prosper." Mike Ferrari was formerly with Procter & Gamble for 32 years, the last 15 years as Global R&D Associate Director of Packaging & Print Decoration Development.

The theme for the 2014 Symposium is “IML/IMD: Concept to Completion: How IMDA Awards are Won.” The event offers a look inside successful IML and IMD projects that produced winners in the annual IMDA Awards competition. Presentations and interactive workshops will show how these innovative companies made the transition from design concept, through prototyping, to the final Award winning in-mold decorated product.

Presentations include
• Understanding IML/IMD
• Making the Move to IML/IMD
• Judging the Best of the Best: How We Pick Winners from Great Products
• Made the Move, What Next?

The complete program, registration and hotel information is at http://imdassociation.com/education/2014-imda-symposium/ or by contacting ron.schultz@imdassociation.com.

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