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Successful Canadian Stops for Harper Roadshow

July 10, 2012

The first two stops of Harper Corporation's annual Roadshow featuring two Canadian cities, Montreal, Quebec and Mississauga, Ontario, were declared a major success by the company. The shows were held at the Quebec Institute of Graphic Communications and Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School, respectively.

Held in the middle of June, the shows provided presentations and hosted discussions about developments in the flexographic industry. Attendees learned about the opportunities and challenges facing the industry and had a chance to network with industry professionals.

Christine Roberts, Vice President of Canflexographics Limited, says she has received excellent feedback regarding the resources, content, speakers, and venue of the Mississauga event.

Ian Baitz, Chair of the School of Graphic Communications Management at Ryerson University, commented: "Thanks very much for inviting Ryerson to today's Harper Roadshow, and for bringing it back to Toronto. It was a great event with a very positive group of people. These types of education events are great for our industry and a nice chance to get together."

The Harper Roadshow will continue throughout the summer, supplying invaluable information, presentations, and networking opportunities to flexographic professionals across North America. The next stop will be in Minneapolis on August 1, followed by Clemson, South Carolina on August 23, Union City California on October 3, and concluding in Rochester, New York on October 24.

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