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Fall Member Business Meeting

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Fall Member Meeting Speakers
 

Janine Driver
Keppler Speakers

Janine Driver is the New York Times Best Selling author of You Say More Than You Think (Random House), and most recently You Can't Lie to Me (HarperOne), popular keynote speaker, media expert for NBC's TODAY Show, 20/20, CNN, Anderson Cooper, Katie, Dr. Drew on HLN, and the Dr. Oz Show, and she's the founder, president, and lead instructor for the Body Language Institute (BLI). BLI is an elite certification program that offers award-winning advanced communications training that help executives, sales people, and other professionals build executive presence, explode their selling skills, and create and deliver business presentations that win new business. Janine and her team of the world's most sought after subject matter experts have helped clients become the total leader, which ultimately led them to win millions of dollars in new business contracts.

Mary C. Kelly
Productive Leaders

Mary is an economist and best-selling author specializing in business and leadership development to improve efficiency and profits. A graduate of the US Naval Academy, Mary spent 21 years on active duty, achieving the rank of Commander. She has trained over 40,000 military and civilian personnel in multi-cultural environments all over the world. She now builds successful strategies for corporate and association leaders. She has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, Entrepreneur, Men’s Health, and other periodicals. Fun and funny, Mary is a college professor, international speaker, and author of award-winning leadership books. Mary’s workshops are content-rich, enjoyable, and tailored to meet the needs of each audience.

Dan Braker
President, Breakthrough Research

Breakthrough Research has conducted comprehensive quantitative research studies on behalf of the PSTC, in order to identify opportunities for “growing the pie” for pressure-sensitive tape. The current research has identified a key opportunity for growing the use of pressure-sensitive tape in the automotive industry. This presentation will review the detailed research findings from these studies, including the needs of those in the automotive vertical when they are choosing bonding solutions, the proof points that are needed to support these decisions, and the automotive trends that are most relevant to the growth opportunities for tape.

 

Pressure Sensitive Tape Council
One Parkview Plaza, Suite 800
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60101
Phone: 1-630-544-5048
Email: info@pstc.org
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