Printpack India 2011
All major Indian web-press
manufacturers confirm their presence

To make the Printpack India 2011 (January 16-21 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi) rather effective and comprehensive in response, the organisers (ITPO and IPAMA) continued arranging promotional campaign across the country, under which the recent promotional meets were held in Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Chennai for spurring prospective participants from the region.

Organising Printpack India 2011 promotional meets in various parts of the country are opening up doors for printers and printing machinery manufacturers to come together for mutual benefits. IPAMA is emboldened by the overwhelming demand for space at the upcoming event, evidently highlighting the renewed optimism in the print, packaging, converting and signage industry. The total area booked till August 26, 2010 has crossed 8000 sq m. All major Indian web-press manufacturers including Hm Web House Pvt Ltd, King Offset Machinery, Manugraph India Ltd, NBG Printographic Machinery, Perfect Rotary Offset, Prakash Offset Machinery, Pressline India, The Printers House (TPH), VS Offset Engineers, and Webtech Engineering have already confirmed their presence in the show. Manufacturers desire to exhibit new innovations which are of international standards and cost-effective; while the West is looking for Indian manufacturers to collaborate or have joint manufacturing facilities in India besides outsourcing. Stalls at Printpack India 2011 will provide visitors with an exciting mix of product development and market intelligence through cutting edge technology.

(From left) KS Khurana, vice president (East) IPAMA; Satish Bajwa, general secretary, IPAMA; NS Manku, president, IPAMA; G Narayanan, regional manager of ITPO; CN Ashok, vice president (South), IPAMA; and NA Bhojaraj, joint secretary (South), IPAMA, during Chennai meet.

San Francisco to host
Readership Conference & Expo

The premier event aimed at helping news organizations develops their audiences, whether in print or online, Readership Conference & Expo (12th editon) will be organized in co-operation with the Newspaper Association of America (NAA) and WAN-IFRA Newsplex, during November 16 – 17, 2010 at San Francisco, USA focusing on ‘readership – loyal readers & new audiences’ and ‘the impact of structural change and the road to recovery and transition’.

During the conference, news media executives from around the globe will discuss the latest trends in audience behaviour and how to deal with different challenges posed by different readership groups. The event will also showcase a number of exhibitors who provide solutions in reaching and growing audiences across different platforms. Key topics to be discussed include: understanding your audience, growing print readership, monetising digital readership, engaging audiences with cross-media content, optimising distribution and audience management tools, content sources of the future, update ‘Shaping the future of the newspaper’, young readers 2010- presentation of the prizes and insights into the winners’ strategies, etc.


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