Registration Opens for Margie Dana’s 5th Annual Print & Media Conference
CHESTNUT HILL, MA—July 5, 2010 —Learn smart new ways to blend the power of print with the impact of digital media at the year’s most exciting educational Conference for print production, graphic design and marketing professionals: Margie Dana’s 5th Annual Print & Media Conference.
Early Bird Deadline Is September 15th
Early Bird registration—including substantial savings and generous extras—is open now for people who want to learn effective new ideas for using print to complement social media strategies, beef up cross-media campaigns, and add oomph to communications programs. The Conference will be held on November 3-4, 2010, at the Westford Regency Inn & Conference Center in Westford, MA.
Save $125 on your Conference registration with our generous Early Bird discount. Just complete your sign up by September 15th, 2010 by visiting the Conference website at www.printbuyersconference.com.
EXTRA Early Bird Special for Print Customers
Enjoy extra benefits plus additional savings when you register by August 13th, 2010. Our EXTRA Early Bird package gives you six months of free Boston Print Buyers (BPB) membership, a BPB membership discount on your Conference registration, and other valuable career advancement opportunities. Go to www.printbuyersconference.com for details. Only those who qualify—including print buyers, designers, marketers, and other customers—may take advantage of this special EXTRA Early Bird offer.
Focusing on the theme, “Modern Marketing: From Design to Print to Pixels,” the 5th Annual Print & Media Conference will demonstrate how to bridge the gap between print and new media for maximum benefit to your career and your company. Keynote speakers will include award-winning graphic designer and creative visionary Daniel Dejan of Sappi Fine Paper; print industry economist and forecaster Dr. Joe Webb; and printing/publishing industry iconoclast and Precision Media Group founder Bob “BoSacks” Sacks.
Expert thinkers and doers from the worlds of print, graphic design and marketing will lead one-of-a-kind workshops about issues shaping the lives and careers of today’s communications professionals, such as: