With the theme, "Igniting Green Media Business Growth, Innovation & Resilience - Being Lean, Green and Profitable in a Shrinking Economy," The Business of Green Media Conference will address "bottom line" issues about not only how to implement sustainable practices, but how to do it profitably. This topic is extremely revalent for all media producers and purchasers. The conference that will take place on the Cal Poly campus in San Luis Obispo on January 22.
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Printing Impressions magazine and Ethical Markets Media join the growing list of sponsors for Cal Poly's 2nd Annual The Business of Green Media sustainability conference to be held on January 22, 2009. The conference is produced by SustainCommWorld and hosted by Cal Poly's Graphic Communication Institute.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA—October 9, 2008—The graphic arts industry continues to rally around sponsorship of the 2nd Annual "The Business of Green Media" sustainability conference that will be conducted by Cal Poly and SustainCommWorld on January 22, 2009.
CHICAGO—The Paramus, NJ-based NAPL honored 12 printing industry leaders with induction into the Soderstrom Society during a pre-Graph Expo gala held September 8 at the Art Institute of Chicago. The event also celebrated NAPL’s 75th anniversary. The 2007 inductees are: Dale Aigner, owner, Bentley Printing & Graphics, Garden Grove, CA; Robert Carew, retiring president, Action Printing, Fond du Lac, WI; Craig Dellinger, general manager/partner, New Haven Print & Copy, Fort Wayne, IN; Bill Gavigan, executive vice president/CFO, PDQ Print Center, Scranton, PA; Steve Hayes, president/CEO, Omaha Printing, Omaha, NE; Kevin Joyce, managing director, Kodak, Norwalk, CT; Keith Kemp, president, Xerographic Digital Printing, Orlando, FL; Francis
The Research & Engineering Council of the National Association for Printing Leadership has named Scott Repa, pressroom operations manager at Brown Printing, East Greenville, PA, its third Pressroom Operations Manager of the Year. Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA, has appointed Kevin Cooper, former executive with RR Donnelley, as an assistant professor in the Graphic Communication Department. Cooper comes to Cal Poly with more than 20 years of executive-level experience in the graphic communication industry. His teaching assignments will include strategic management, human resources, supervision and web printing technologies. Also, Michael Cunningham, founder and former CEO and president of Cunningham Graphic International has joined Cal
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA—The Graphic Communication Institute (GrCI) at California Polytechnic State University has received its fourth annual $10,000 grant in an initiative embarked upon by Wallace Corp. and continued through the company's business incarnations—Moore Wallace and, now, RR Donnelley. Wallace's initial $10,000 gift in 2001 helped launch the GrCI. The most recent check was presented by James Kersten, executive vice president of outsourcing for the printer, to Hal Hinderliter, the new director of the GrCI, and Dr. Harvey Levenson, head of Cal Poly's Graphic Communication department. The GrCI plans to use the gift to fund development and delivery of training programs for the printing and