GSP's Elaine Scrima to Chair SGIA's Women in Print Alliance
Clearwater, Fla., Jan. 15, 2019 – GSP, a leading provider of retail services, announced that Elaine Scrima, Vice President of Operations, was invited by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) to chair the Women in Print Alliance Advisory Committee.
Established three years ago as an exploratory committee—Scrima was one of the first 10 inaugural members—the Women in Print Alliance became the newest alliance within the SGIA organization in 2019. Comprised of 17 female members representing multiple U.S. print industry segments including suppliers, business owners, executives and educators, their mission is “to attract, connect and empower women in the print community so they have every opportunity to excel.”
“I am thrilled and honored to have been asked to lead this group,” said Scrima. “This month’s SGIA Congress of Committees Kickoff Meeting for 2019 demonstrated both SGIA and the Alliance members’ incredible commitment to our mission. Witnessing that much talent in one room was inspiring and seeing how far we’ve progressed in a short period of time, makes the future look very exciting with endless opportunities.”
The big annual event for the Alliance is the Women in Print Breakfast hosted at the SGIA Expo, now known as Printing United, which will be held in Dallas, Texas Oct. 23-25. The group also hopes to provide workshops, seminars and more in the future.
Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) is the trade association of choice for professionals in the industrial, graphic, garment, textile, electronics, packaging and commercial printing communities looking to grow their business into new market segments through the incorporation of the latest printing technologies. SGIA membership comprises these diverse segments, all of which are moving rapidly towards digital adoption. Additionally, the SGIA Expo is the largest trade show for print technology in North America.
Now celebrating 40 years of business, GSP is a retail services provider located in Clearwater, Florida, with three regional production facilities (Clearwater; Provo, Utah; and Madison, Wisconsin). By using surveys and a proprietary software system, GSP helps retailers accurately measure and store site data, guaranteeing the right size sign is delivered to the right store every time with no overage. GSP offers award-winning marketing, design services, visual merchandising, food photography, best-in-class graphics and smart POP program management to more than 60,000 retail locations throughout North America. Recent growth led GSP to add AccuStore®, a survey, app and site profiling software brand, and the large-format graphics lab Great Big Pictures, which specializes in fashion retail. For more information, visit www.gspretail.com.
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