When I heard that my Landa colleague, Product Line and Segment Manager, Ohad Axelrod, was going to Goa to speak and wanted some sales support, I was on the case like a shot. I reckoned a few days in a balmy South Indian resort on the Arabian Sea at the end of February were just what were needed. I had mentally packed my sari, flip flops and swimming costume, and was working out how to get there when he corrected me….
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“What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” as the old marketing slogan goes, but not if you are attending the four day EFI Connect conference held there last week. My North American sales colleague, Kristof Dekeukelaere, was part of the Landa team supporting Benny Landa when he took part in the opening “fireside chat” with EFI CEO Guy Gecht, and has been busy reporting back to us. That is, of course, what has been going on in the conference during the day. What my young, single and good looking colleague has been up to at night has definitely “stayed in Vegas”!
Monday, 25 June 2012 | By Hazel Spiro
I was curious to know if ripples of Nanography® had reached as far away as Australia. So back home in Sydney, I went along to the LIA's (Lithographic Institute of Australia) "Drupa in Review" dinner, to listen and learn about how we featured down under.
Monday, 09 July 2012 | By Robin Walton
I was contacted about a month before drupa by two former colleagues, Kobi Ulmer and Ila Bialystok, checking on my availability for drupa. I am retired so had no conflicts. They explained that Benny had a new company and they wanted me to help present at drupa.
"What is the product?" I asked.
Sunday, 14 October 2012 | By Sharon Rotschild
I was invited to Labelexpo in Rosemont, Illinois, to deliver a keynote address and bring Landa's message about the future of printing to label printers. It was a great opportunity to find out how the industry was "feeling" and to learn as much as I could about current needs and trends. The atmosphere throughout the show was amazing and there was lots of optimism in the air.