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May 16, 2001 12:00 AM
What new tools will be unveiled at this September's Print 01 that could dramatically boost productivity and profits? How will next year's economic conditions affect print businesses looking to compete and grow?
Where will the people come from to use those new tools and build those new profits?
These are the three key questions that weigh into every sound investment decision, and they form the basis for Executive Outlook 2001, a full day conference to be held on the eve of Print 01 in Chicago.
Executive Outlook will be held at McCormick Place, Chicago, on Wednesday, September 5, the day before the doors open for the eight-day run of Print 01. The full-day Executive Outlook conference, which explores the theme, "Profits Through Technology--A Print Odyssey," is intended to give Print 01 attendees the background and perspective they need to evaluate the many new product and technology offerings that will be showcased.
Executive Outlook also features "Must See 'Ems," products and exhibits chosen by industry experts as the most compelling and interesting things to see at Print.
"Technology, economics and people are the three critical factors for success in our industry," says conference chair William Lamparter of PrintCom Consulting. " Executive Outlook will help attendees view the world's largest industry exhibition of 2001 in light of these three vital elements."