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  • 20 Nov 2020

TLMI delivers successful Virtual Annual Meeting

More than 430 professionals participate in TLMI’s Virtual Annual Meeting, V2V: Beyond Uncertainty

More than 430 professionals from across the North American narrow web label and printed packaging industry have come together to participate in TLMI’s Virtual Annual Meeting, V2V: Beyond Uncertainty.

The two-day event featured a speaker and presenter lineup that addressed some of the most critical issues the industry is facing now, including economic trends and forecasting for the printed packaging industry, sustainability requirements, end-use segment growth for converters in 2020, the shifting dynamic of printed packaging design and brand expectations, and how to succeed at B2B selling and prospecting in our new virtual reality. 

In addition to speaker presentations and live Q&A sessions, meeting attendees had the opportunity to network directly with one another and to participate in the platform’s interactive supplier virtual tabletop format. 

All presentations and live Q&A session recordings remain on the V2V platform and will be accessible to all registrants for three months. Those companies that were unable to register for the live event can still access the recordings.

In addition to hearing from thought leaders and industry experts, TLMI’s Virtual Annual Meeting featured the Awards Gala during which the winners of the TLMI Label Awards and Calvin Frost Environment Leadership Awards were announced. 

‘I speak on behalf of myself, the TLMI team and the entire TLMI board of directors in saying the recent Virtual Annual Meeting exceeded all of our expectations,’ said Linnea Keen, president of TLMI President. ‘I have heard from many attendees that the event was fantastic and provided actionable takeaways for moving forward in the current marketplace. These remain interesting and unprecedented times and the Virtual Annual Meeting reinforces the association’s steadfast commitment in delivering value to all of our members. 

‘I want to add that the meeting’s virtual format also opened up opportunities with a number of new member prospects and that we look forward to welcoming these new members to the TLMI family. I want to also personally congratulate all of the TLMI Label Awards and Environmental Leadership Awards winners for demonstrating their commitment to the environment and to print excellence over the past year. I look forward to working with you all in 2021.’


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