30 March 2011
NorQuest College and Print Media Academy holding forum in fall
BANFF, ALBERTA—NorQuest College Centre for Excellence in Print Media is hosting an executive forum in Banff from September 28 to October 1, 2011. Joining them is The Print Media Academy (PMA) of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg, Germany.) This marks the first time PMA has held such an event in North America.

The four-day seminar at Banff Centre will welcome participants from around the world, offering them the opportunity to broaden knowledge and share success strategies. The course will be led by Stan Solomidis, owner and director of Synthesis Australia Pty Ltd, and Martina Brand, who is in charge of International Business Training at PMA Heidelberg.
“The pressure to compete is increasing and market dynamics are changing rapidly. Managers in the print media industry need to stay up to date on industry trends and on comprehensive, sustainable methods of strategic management," said Brand.

“PMA runs events all over the world,” said NorQuest event coordinator Michelle Braun. “This event is a chance for the executives in printing to expand their knowledge. Our mandate is to become a resource for printing professionals – a middleman. Usually, these events are for print operators, but this one is geared toward managers and executives.”

The seminar will start with a reception on September 27, 2011. The seminar fee is $1,390 (where applicable).
For more seminar info, visit www.print-media-academy.com and www.norquest.ca
— Tom Czerniawski
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