Late birds can be 'early birds' for ifra's Paris print conference

Feb 06, 2009 at 07:06 pm by Staff

It's a tough time to be organising a conference: Because of the economcal climate Ifra has extended the 'early bird' offer for its News in Printing Conference, 'New paths in a changing world' in Paris (March 5-6). Until February 13, registrations cost 850 Euros + VAT for Ifra members and 1250 Euros + VAT for non-members. The event is being chaired by French printing technologies consultant Christian Merger. Confirmed speakers include: Michel Bernard, Senga Conseils/Le Figaro, France; Frederic Fabre, S3G Print Estillac, France; Neil Heyside, Effective Management, UK; Geir Inge Lerang, Aftenbladet Trykk, Norway; Erik Ranängen, Tryck i Norrbotten AB, Sweden; Nabil Sahl, Al Jazirah Corp, Saudi Arabia; and Moritz Schwarz and Roland Thees from Ifra, Germany Representatives from Océ, HP, Kodak and Screen will take part in a panel discussion on digital printing.
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