Convention covers a wide range of topics, from human resources and manufacturing to emerging markets.
David Savastano, Editor03.16.17
Human resources and the regulatory climate are two of the greatest challenges facing the ink industry today, and the 2017 National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers’ (NAPIM) Annual Convention offered attendees plenty of information on these issues and more.
The convention, which was held from March 10-13 at PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, FL covered these issues as well as emerging opportunities. NAPIM’s leaders were pleased with how the convention turned out.
“The convention went very well,” said NAPIM executive director John Copeland. “We had excellent content, and the feedback we received on our speakers was very good. I think we had a nice spirit here.”
“I’m really pleased with this year’s convention,” said George Fuchs, NAPIM’s director, regulatory affairs and technology. “We got excellent feedback on the business sessions and the program.”
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