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  • 06 Aug 2021

TLMI announces theme for Annual Meeting

TLMI has chosen ‘Thrive: Back to Better’ as a theme for its upcoming Annual Meeting

TLMI has chosen ‘Thrive: Back to Better’ as a theme for its upcoming Annual Meeting taking place October 17-19, 2021, at the Naples Grande Hotel in Florida.

During the two and a half day in-person event, attendees will be hearing from our industry’s leading economist, Alan Beaulieu, in addition to presentations featuring a CEO panel discussion, supply chain strategies and stability, workforce development, and sustainability.

‘In working to jointly create a theme with our meeting chair company, 3M, we are thrilled to announce that our main objective of the upcoming Annual Meeting in October is to bring our members back together in person so that we can once again network, share and learn and to ensure our companies continue to thrive in the coming year,’ commented TLMI president, Linnea Keen. 

‘We are all aware of what the most pressing issues are facing our industry today: continued economic uncertainty, supply chain disruptions, workforce challenges and sustainability pressures. We already have hundreds of companies who have confirmed their registration and space is running out, so I strongly urge members who haven’t already done so to sign on to and to secure their place in Florida this fall,’ added Keen.

Kyle Baldwin, TLMI’s VP of marketing, said: ‘Working with the 3M creative team has been an amazing process. From color selection to branding, the 3M team went above and beyond to ensure this meeting is a special one. The leadership of Justin Seidel (US and Canada portfolio manager for durable labels, coated films, and reclosable fastening materials) and Benjamin Jensen (global digital content manager) has helped TLMI create a vision, not only are we going to be back together, but we are back to better. Christine Neutgen (creative lead-graphics) has also been integral in theme design, taking all of these ideas and making them a reality.’

Meeting registration links and agenda details can be found on TLMI’s website


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