Campaign India Team
Feb 01, 2012

Top clients to discuss print's future at Print Summit 2012

Marico, Citibank, Cadbury and L'Oreal have confirmed their presence

Top clients to discuss print's future at Print Summit 2012

Top print spenders like Marico, Abbot India, Citibank, Hafele India, R-Pac India, HH Print Management, Cadbury India, Godrej and L’Oreal India will be present at Print Summit 2012

Soma Roy of Marico, Biswajit Basu of Abbott India, N K Ramprasad of Citibank, Vibhuti Patki of Hafele India, Paulose Parakkadan of R-Pac India, Huzefa Kanorwala of HH Print Management and Digvijay Singh of Cadbury India have confirmed their presence for a high-octane panel discussion. Representatives at L’Oreal and Godrej have confirmed their presence.
The panel discussion will be chaired by the father-son duo of Ramesh and Sidharth Kejriwal of Parksons Packaging; one of the biggest folding carton convertor having plants in Daman, Pune and Rudrapur with a capacity of converting 3,500 tonnes per month. 
The 90 minute free-wheeling deliberations on 23 February will touch upon expectations from print buyers, quality parametres, green initiative, challenges and opportunities.
Fred Poonawala, the chairman of Print Summit organising committee, said: “The aim of the panel discussions is to raise the benchmark within our industry. We hope to highlight case studies and gather best practices for implementation from printers across India.”
The two-day Print Summit 2012 will be hosted by the Bombay Master Printers’ Association on 23-24 February 2012 at the NCPA in Mumbai.
Campaign India

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