David Savastano, Ink World Editor10.09.09
Last year, the Metro New York Printing Ink Association (MNYPIA) held an impressive panel discussion on “The Future of Printing Inks.”
Last year’s ambitious session featured Len DiLeo of Kohl & Madden, Jamie Sutphin of Micro Inks, Steve Simpson of Superior Printing Ink and Ken Ferguson of Van Son Holland Ink, and it was successful in terms of both attendance and, more importantly, in generating thoughtful discussion.
There was much demand for another panel, and the MNYPIA obliged, hosting “The Future of Printing Inks” on Oct. 24 at Fraunces Tavern in New York, NY. More than 50 attendees came out to this historic place, the site of George Washington’s farewell message to his officers following the Revolutionary War,to hear the speakers’ views.
James E. Coleman, executive director of the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM), served as moderator of the panel, which focused on new opportunities in the marketplace.
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