Sign up now for the International Finance Forum for the Pulp, Paper, and Allied Industries!
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, February 13, 2003--- The 2003 International Finance Forum is next week and time is running out to register for this important event. The conference has only a few more open seats, don't be left out! Click here for registration.
This year's forum, the 4th in the Papercast series for the pulp, paper and allied industries, and representing a unique collaboration between Papercast and CPBIS, will be held Tuesday and Wednesday February 18 - 19, 2003, at the Institute of Paper Science and Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Reaching out to understand stakeholder aspirations and how to use constructive innovation to both manage and meet these demanding expectations could not be more important in today's tough and dynamic business climate. 25 companies have already chosen to send representatives to the conference. They will be coming from Norway, Sweden, Finland, U.K., USA, Canada, and Singapore, etc.
The conference will address issues of industry performance,
competitiveness, financial engineering, capital management, price
volatility, environmental risk mitigation, and effective operations
management, including energy and the supply-chain.
For more details on The International Finance Forum (detailed program, registration, speakers, accomodations, etc...) you can either click here (information on the CPBIS website), or go to http://www.agra-net.com and click on to "Conferences & Exhibitions" link.
About CPBIS: The Center for Paper
Business and Industry Studies (CPBIS) is a globally recognized and
industry-valued academic center, creating knowledge and tools that
support paper industry decision-makers, and producing
interdisciplinary graduates who contribute to the long-term success
of the paper industry. The CPBIS is co-sponsored by the Alfred P.
Sloan Foundation, the Institute of Paper Science and Technology
(IPST), the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), and the