It is a great opportunity for the printing fraternity to show its appreciation to the individuals who have contributed to the growth of the printing industry in India.
Voters should consider the spending power, industry influence, knowledge, and the innovation quotient of the printers while casting their votes. Ramu Ramanathan, editor of PrintWeek India, said, "Year after year, we are overwhelmed by the achievements of these inspirational individuals, and the positive impact they have on the print industry. We are buoyed by the success of the launch edition of the Power 100 last year, which provided the much-needed encouragement to the existing as well as young leaders of tomorrow, allowing them to see the aspiration and ambition which can be fulfilled.”
The parameters of the voting for the Power 100 of 2019 are subjective, but we are looking at the four Ps. These are: printability, profitability, progressive, popularity and how the people on the list are evaluated by their peers. Ramanathan said, “On the day one of the last edition, there was a record "thousand votes" that were cast. The list was impressive, a collection of people who made a real difference to the way they drive their business forward.”
The PrintWeek India Power 100 of 2019 is a good way to celebrate the greatness and glory of our top printers and best converters. Ramanathan said, “I would like to quote Booker T Washington, who famously said – Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.”
From PrintWeek India’s side, we have an in-house dedicated IT team who are checking the genuineness of the voters. Needless to state, our IT cell has created an algorithm structure that ensures an asymptotic analysis to prevent spamming as well as bogus voting.
Voting closes on 30 April 2019. Share the Power 100 among your peers and make your vote count.
Celebrate the Power of Print.
Visit the following link to cast your vote: http://bit.ly/2DgBYLy
Editor's note: Manufacturers, dealers and suppliers are NOT nominated in the list