LMAI conference expects positive response from the industry

Fourth LMAI conference in Agra from 20 to 23 July

The third LMAI Conference held from 16 to 18 July 2015 in Jaipur received a rousing attendance and response. Photo PSA

Printers including Sandeep Zaveri, president of LMAI and managing director of Total Prints, Mumbai; Kuldip Goel of Any Graphics, Noida; Rajesh Chaddha of Update Prints, Gurgaon; Rajesh Nema of Pragati Graphics, Indore; Vivek Kapoor of Creative Labels, Mumbai; and Ramesh Deshpande of Renu Prints, Aurangabad attended the meeting. Also present in the meeting were leading printers and suppliers like Pankaj Bhardwaj, commercial director of Avery Dennison, Praveen Gupta, country head of UPM Raflatac, Prasenjit Das of DuPont, Amit Sheth of Label Planet, Ajay Mehta, managing director of SMI Coated Products, and Pawandeep Sahni, director of Weldon Celloplast.

Sandeep Zaveri, president of LMAI informs, “Technical workshops, seminars, conference and networking events will be organized during the event to deliver value to members. LMAI also provides information on important government notifications and other issues of interest to members.” Conference chairman Goel shares, “Apart from presentations by leading industry suppliers and technocrats, an entertainment program that motivates the audience to participate and enjoy the moment is also being introduced. The four-day event will provide tremendous opportunities for networking with peers in the industry.”

The first two editions of the conference were earlier held in Goa while the third one took place in Jaipur. Participation in this event will be restricted to members in good standing and registration will be made on first come first served basis.

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