Early Bird Sponsors Catch Big Advantages at Annual Print & Media Conference

CHESTNUT HILL, MA—June 25, 2012—What’s the surest way to grow your audience among senior professionals who purchase, design for, or market with print? Become a sponsor of the 7th Annual Print & Media Conference on Oct. 8-10, 2012, at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Hosted by Margie Dana and Print Buyers International (PBI) and co-located at GRAPH EXPO 2012, the 7th Annual Print & Media Conference is the only place for printers, paper mills and merchants, press manufacturers, software developers and related service providers to enjoy two days of face-to-face interaction with experienced print buyers, designers and marketing professionals.

“This is a great opportunity for companies that want to strengthen their relationships with a discerning group of professionals,” says Dana. “When you sponsor the Print & Media Conference, you demonstrate your ability to provide senior-level industry pros with the best services for their needs.”

Print & Media Conference sponsors receive a valuable package of benefits for their support, including: weekly mentions in Margie’s Print Tips; promotion in PBI’s social media activities; a corporate listing in the conference program guide; their logos as live links on the PBI website; and full contact information for all conference attendees. For the first time, participating sponsors will also enjoy two minutes at the lectern to introduce their businesses.

A first-ever Printer Panel will give four sponsor representatives the chance to discuss what’s happening in print today. Preference for participation in the printer panel will be given to returning conference sponsors.

Enhancing the conference’s appeal even more are a variety of high-visibility opportunities including sponsorship of two Keynote breakfasts, the first-night cocktail party (in the Sponsor Center), daily energy breaks, conference memorabilia, advertising, and more. Sponsors also are invited to attend all of the Conference’s educational sessions, and to bring questions—and answers—to Dana’s high-interest brainstorming sessions on Oct. 9-10.