PRIMIR to Present Session on Sustainable Print at GRAPH EXPO
RESTON, VA--PRIMIR is about to release a new major research study entitled "Sustainable Print in a Dynamic Global Market: What Going Green Means." Given the global dynamics at play, PRIMIR contracted with Pira International (UK) to complete this extensive research endeavor that defines sustainability and identifies the regulatory, economic, social and environmental drivers impacting the developed nations print supply chain players.
On Tuesday, October 28, 2008 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. attendees and exhibitors at GRAPH EXPO will get a preview of the findings from the PRIMIR/NPES "Sustainable Print" study, specifically as they relate to best practices in the industry. These best practices were established through extensive interviews and surveys along with case studies of a number of key global printing firms. Jack Miller and Neil Falconer from Pira International will give the presentation in room S403ab in the South Hall.
The PRIMIR research provides an understanding of the global and North American impacts from the business mandate to embrace sustainable/green business practices for the next three to five years, defining risks, opportunities, and strategies for North American printers and their suppliers.
"The study, "Sustainable Print in a Dynamic Global Market: What Going Green Means" is being distributed exclusively to PRIMIR and NPES members this fall. For information, contact Jackie Bland, PRIMIR Managing Director by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone: 703/264-7200, x211. Information is also available at www.primir.org.
The Print Industries Market Information and Research Organization (PRIMIR), provides in-depth research and analysis for the graphic communications industry. PRIMIR research is funded by member dues as well as through support from NPES. PRIMIR annually provides over $600,000 in current research studies including relevant market data and detailed information on graphic arts and related fields. Members also benefit from meetings, market research skills building, and robust networking opportunities.