Binding Industries Association (BIA)

Tour NIS Print and SunDance Marketing Solutions at the 2011 BIA Conference

The Binding Industries Association (BIA) Conference, May 23–25, 2011, at the Omni Orlando in ChampionsGate, Florida, will have two in-depth plant tours to complement the many sessions at the conference. The two plants that will be toured are NIS Print and SunDance Marketing Solutions.

 

NIS Print Tour:
Attendees will be able to see firsthand how to create eye-catching binders, presentation products, and booklets that can help set themselves apart from their peers. NIS Print’s goal is to provide high-quality, unique presentation materials for discerning patrons wanting to reinforce their distinctive brand. NIS Print works with both local and national clientele, including Darden Restaurant Group, Loews Hotels, Siemens Medical, and the Ritz-Carlton—redefining the “Art of Presentation.”

SunDance Marketing Solutions Tour:
This tour will help companies discover how they can use multi-channel marketing to widen their customer base, just as SunDance has done. With roots in fine art publishing, SunDance has grown by more than 150% since 2007—quickly developing a client list of the “Who’s Who” of Central Florida’s top businesses.

 

Frank Shear, president of Seaboard Bindery, Inc., and a past attendee, said, “The opportunity to see how our fellow owners and managers conduct their businesses is invaluable. There are always one or two things that I can bring back to my business and put to good use. It may be something small, like how a work area is set up, but that can make a huge difference over time. And because there are not one, but several tours, I always see something that can help my business.”

 

The 2011 BIA Conference is an asset for binderies, graphic finishers, custom loose-leaf manufacturers, and suppliers to those industries. For more information, for pricing, and to register for the conference, please visit www.printing.org/biaconference, contact Justin Goldstein at jgoldstein@printing.org, or call (800) 910-4283 ext. 806.

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