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Tom Cobery, Former TLMI President, Joins NAPL Business Advisory Team

December 1, 2011
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ—Dec. 1, 2011—Thomas J. Cobery has joined the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) as a senior consultant and full-time member of its Business Advisory Team. A former president of the Tag and Label Manufacturing Institute (TLMI), Cobery will provide a variety of NAPL business advisory services to tag and label company executives, including CEO coaching, succession planning, and mergers and acquisitions advisory services.

“We are very excited to have Tom join our team,” said NAPL Senior Vice President Tim Fischer, who heads the Business Advisory Team. “His experience and expertise in the tag and label segment of our industry will enable him to provide our clients and members with unparalleled insights and advice.”

Cobery will be instrumental in customizing NAPL advisory services for TLMI members and others in the tag and label segment of the industry.

A veteran of this key industry segment, Cobery has C-level experience in both the strategic and financial areas of organizational responsibility and brings a seasoned insider’s perspective to a wide range of issues faced by tag and label companies. His experience has made him acutely aware of their frontline management concerns and he will apply NAPL’s industry-leading business management best practices and tools to these issues.
 
“I am looking forward to working with executives in the tag and label segment, especially since the NAPL Business Advisory Team is not a typical industry consulting entity,” said Cobery. “We really want to become a partner with company CEOs, owners, and executive management teams in guiding their business through the challenges and opportunities of the marketplace and help them move forward to meet goals we can work together to establish.”

With more than three decades of experience in the tag and label segment, Cobery was Chief Executive Officer and President of Aladdin Label, from 2000 to 2011, and served in the same capacity with Label Art, from 1981 to 2000. He was previously Chief Financial Officer for Orion Research, and a senior accountant for Arthur Andersen & Co. He also served as TLMI President from 1998 to 2000, and was a Member of the Institute’s Board of Directors from 1990 to 2000.
 
About NAPL
NAPL is a not-for-profit business management association representing companies in the $80+ billion commercial printing and graphic communications industry in North America. NAPL’s comprehensive slate of business-building solutions provides company leaders with the management tools they need to make informed business decisions in an ever-changing market environment. 
 
About The NAPL Business Advisory Team
The NAPL Business Advisory Team comprises eight full-time staff members with practical experience in critical areas of graphic communications management. From mergers and acquisitions to sales, operations to finance, NAPL brings industry-specific knowledge directly to your company’s individual needs. The expertise and offerings of the NAPL Business Advisory Team are captured in more than 100 business services, each distinctly designed to fit a company’s size, issues, and requirements. 

Source: NAPL.
 

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