Printing Industry – Challenges and Opportunities

Printers’ Day Celebration in Hyderabad 24 February 2016

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Telengana Offset Printers Association Hyderabad, is organizing a day-long event – Printers’ Day Celebration – at the Best Western Ashoka Hotel in Hyderabad on 24 February 2016

The chief guest of the event is MV Reddy, IAS, director of technical education, Government of Telengana. The guest of honours are K Ramchandra Murthy, editorial director, Sakshi Daily; K Srinivas Reddy, editor Mana Telangana; Katta Shekar Reddy, editor, Namaste Telangana; and P Narendra, joint managing director of Pragati Art Printers.

With the formation of the new state of Telengana, the offset printers of ten districts of Telengana came under one umbrella and formed the Telengana Offset Printers Association (TOPA) Hyderabad. The main objective of the association is to promote printing industry in tune with the Telengana state government industrial policy.

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