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Parker and Print Monthly to partner at Cross Media

Matthew Parker, director of Print and Procurement, and Print Monthly are to join forces at Cross Media 2013 as a way of offering visitors advice on print sales.

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The debut Cross Media event last year proved very popular with visitors and exhibitors alike

The event, which will be hosted at London’s Business Design Centre from October 23rd to 24th, will offer attendees an insight into the various opportunities available in the crossmedia market.

In the spirit of this, Print Monthly has partnered with Parker to offer an exclusive 90-minute networking event.

Starting at noon on October 24th, Parker will be present on Print Monthly’s B108 stand to offer his advice to visitors on sales challenges and how they can overcome them.

Companies around the UK still face plenty of challenges when it comes to sales and the advice Matthew has to offer will really benefit the future of their business


“Companies around the UK still face plenty of challenges when it comes to sales and the advice Matthew has to offer will really benefit the future of their business,” explains Link Publishing’s business development manager, James Taylor. 

“Matthew’s conferences are always popular with visitors so it’s great we have been able to secure his expert services on our stand at Cross Media.” 

Parker will also be involved with a number of other seminars at the event, tackling a range of issues such as how print can help add value to crossmedia communications and how crossmedia printers can raise their prices by ten percent.  

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