Cenveo Publisher Services Supports Society for Scholarly Publishing
COLUMBIA, Md. - December 8, 2017 - Cenveo Publisher Services, a division of Cenveo Inc., has renewed its commitment to provide print and fulfillment services for the 2018 Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) Annual Meeting to be held at the Chicago Grand Sheraton, May 30-June 1, 2018. A long-standing partner of society and association publishers, Cenveo offers innovative print capabilities and an experienced, customer-focused account management team.
The materials will be printed in the Lancaster, Pa., facility, which has an extensive history of high-quality printing and unique production capabilities that support the scholarly and association publishing market.
Printed materials leading up to and during the SSP Annual Meeting are still in high demand by meeting attendees and play a valuable role in the attendee experience. From the first save-the-date postcard landing in mailboxes to the handy onsite program guide, these Cenveo printed materials provide valuable information to inform attendees about meeting topics, speakers, locations, and events. For 2018, Cenveo will produce and distribute a save-the-date postcard, the preliminary program, the onsite program and the popular pocket schedule.
“Cenveo has been an excellent partner for producing the Annual Meeting materials. We are grateful for their support through the years and pleased that we are able to continue working with them in a mutually beneficial way,” says Melanie Dolechek, SSP executive director. “The quality and timeliness of our promotional and resource materials is critical to the success of the meeting.”
Paul Yeager, sales account executive at Cenveo, also adds, "Print is still a critical component for journal publishers. Working with SSP on materials for the annual meeting is just one of the many ways we like to demonstrate our commitment to scholarly publishing.”
The meeting has grown steadily in recent years and attracted approximately 1,000 attendees in 2017.
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