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5/30/2012

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Consider presenting it at the Molding 2013 Conference in January.

It might involve penetrating a new market or running a new material or process. Perhaps it has to do with lightweighting, parts consolidation, energy reduction, sustainability—but whatever the topic, you might want to consider presenting it at the Molding 2013 Conference in New Orleans next Jan. 21-23. This is a unique event, organized by a volunteer committee of all branches of the industry—molders, moldmakers, materials suppliers, and the trade press (notably Matt Naitove, executive editor of this magazine). Conference themes include energy savings, adding value, growing your business, medical molding, and emerging technologies.
Interested in presenting? Email Amos Golovoy, conference chairman, at amosgolovoy@comcast.net or call (734) 737-0507. Abstracts of proposed topics are due by Aug. 1. Learn more at executive-conference.com.

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