4th LMAI conference in Agra from 20 to 23 July 2017

100 printers and suppliers meet in Delhi

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The seminar was attended by owners, production managers and decision makers of several packaging companies from across the country. Photo PSA

The fourth biennial conference of the Label Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI), titled ‘Innovation Simplified,’ will be held at Jaypee Palace Hotel and Convention Centre in Agra from 20 to 23 July 2017. LMAI held a meeting in Delhi to plan for the mega event, wherein the association appointed Kuldip Goel, managing director of Noida-based Any Graphics, as the conference chairman. During the meeting, the members of the association brainstormed to make the event, which will offer the delegates knowledge sharing and networking opportunities, a big success. In addition, it was decided to form sub committees comprising members from across the country to get maximum participation in organizing and reaching out to the industry.

An LMAI networking meeting took place in Delhi on 6 February 2017. LMAI, along with conference chairman Kuldip Goel, managing director of Anygraphics, formed sub committees comprising members from all regions to delegate tasks with the aim to organize a more successful and comfortable event than its previous editions. Each committee has been made responsible for various operations such as sponsors, logistics, hospitality, finance, registration, entertainment, amongst others. LMAI has also launched a new logo for the conference.

The LMAI networking meeting organized in Delhi was attended by about 100 printers and suppliers from Delhi and other regions of the country. LMAI will organize further networking meetings in Ahmedabad and Bengaluru before the conference in July. The first two editions of the LMAI 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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