Presstek to Sponsor 15th Edition of EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK Conference

RESTON, VA—April 26, 2010—The Graphic Arts Show Co (GASC) has announced that Presstek Inc. will serve as a sponsor of this year’s EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK Conference. The sponsorship marks Presstek’s second year of supporting the popular full-day technology trends conference. The 15th edition of EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK will be held in Chicago’s McCormick Place on Saturday, October 2. GRAPH EXPO 2010, the year’s largest graphic communication exhibition and conference in the Americas, opens the following day, running from October 3 – 6 in McCormick Place.

“We are pleased once again to be a sponsor of EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK,” said Kathy McHugh, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. “Educational sessions such as this are especially critical in this time of dynamic change. Staying on top of technology, hearing from experts and peers about how printing businesses must adapt to be successful in the future, and taking the opportunity to network with other attendees make this a unique and valuable investment of time for owners and managers of printing businesses of all sizes.”

“Presstek understands that graphic communications professionals are always in need of the kind of in-depth technology discussions and trends reports that are unique to EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK, and we’re delighted to have them back as a sponsor,” said Ralph Nappi, President of GASC. “Their emphasis on using technology intelligently to achieve business success in changing times is particularly appropriate given the theme of this year’s conference.”

Indeed, this year’s EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK Conference themed, “The Challenge of Change in the New Era of Print,” will emphasize: the technological shifts taking place in print; which products are fueling that shift; and, how graphic communications professionals can best use that technology to gain a competitive advantage in today’s recovering economy. In addition, EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK will provide economic and marketing information, as well as print trends and forecasts.

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