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535 delegates, LMAI’s conference in Agra, the biggest till date

17 July 2017

The fourth biennial conference of Label Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI) to be hosted at the Jaypee Palace Hotel & Convention Centre from 20-23 July 2017 is poised to be the biggest it has hosted till date.

sandeep Sandeep Zaveri, president of LMAI: “The success of an event cannot be attributed to one person but to the entire team."

The conference, known to bring the label printers and converters under one roof, will see 535 delegates, 32 sponsoring companies network and share knowledge in a bid to update the delegates on the latest technologies in the  printing and packaging industries to grow their business.

Sandeep Zaveri, president of LMAI, said, that the evolution of label producing technology is at an interesting stage. “With a new and wide range of technologies merging on hybrid presses, it will offer wider capabilities for printers to innovate and produce products that will give better margins.”

He added, “With so many sponsors, speaking on the theme – Innovation simplified, we are bound to hear and visualise new innovative product ideas.”

At the conference, delegates can visit the table top stalls, which will provide literature on products as well as attend to queries of delegates.

Speaking to PrintWeek India, Harveer Sahni of Weldon Cellopast, said, “The success of an event cannot be attributed to one person but to the entire team. However, the leaders do remain the motivational force to make it happen.”

He added, “Both Sandeep and Kuldeep Goel, the chairman of LMAI Conference are very committed to the label association. Networking, which is the main reason conference, brings together industry peers from all over and when together they obviously share knowledge.”

Besides, the conference will also see the likes of Shiv Khera and Sudhakar Kusutre share knowledge on business management and Isha Foundation share information on spiritual transformation.

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