Mark Andy Hosts Inaugural Summer Symposium to Help Companies Thrive in the Changing Flexography Industry
Mark Andy has announced the upcoming Summer Symposium, an exclusive event for those looking to stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly evolving flexography industry.
The two-day symposium will be attended by some of the industry's most respected names, including TLMI President Linnea Keen, Avery Dennison Smartrac RFID expert Doug Bourque, GEW Vice President Amir Dekel, Vetaphone Chief Sales Officer Kevin Mckell and Maxcess Vice President Kiki Chosid, as well as Mark Andy executives Greg Reiter, Gretchen Tobol and Dave Telken. Together, they will cover a range of topics, from energy conservation and sustainability to automation and the utilization of RFID technology.
"We understand the challenges that flexographic printers face in today's fast-changing marketplace, and we're committed to helping our customers stay ahead of the curve," said Mark Andy CEO Jason Desai. "That's why we've organized this exclusive event - to provide them with the knowledge, tools, and strategies they need to succeed."
The Summer Symposium will feature a series of short, focused sessions that provide attendees with the most relevant and up-to-date information on the latest trends and innovations in flexography. The event will take place on Tuesday, June 20 and Wednesday, June 21, at the Mark Andy corporate headquarters in Chesterfield, Missouri.
"At Mark Andy, we're dedicated to our customers' success," said Desai. "We believe that by providing them with access to industry leaders and experts, we can help them overcome the challenges they face and achieve their business goals. We're excited to host this inaugural event and look forward to seeing the positive impact it has on our customers' businesses."
Seats are limited, and reservations are required to attend the Summer Symposium. Interested parties are encouraged to reserve their spot today to ensure they don't miss out on this exclusive opportunity to learn from some of the most respected names in the flexography industry.