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SGP to Participate in Ryerson University GCM Colloquium

The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP), the leading authority in sustainable printing certifications, announced today its participation in the Ryerson University GCM Colloquium, March 11-12. 2021. The GCM Colloquium theme is Sustainability in the Graphic Arts, which will explore both the creative and operational issues surrounding sustainability.

Jodi Sawyer, strategic business unit manager, FLEXcon and SGP past chair, will present an overview of the SGP sustainability certification program for printers as well as represent her company on a panel discussion. "This is a great opportunity for SGP to participate in discussions about sustainability with future leaders of the printing industry," said Sawyer. "We support the Ryerson University School of Graphic Communications Management in building a more sustainable future for the printing industry."

The GCM Colloquium is a professional, academic and networking event that is run by undergraduate students in the Graphic Communications Management program at Ryerson University. This event brings together students and industry professionals from across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond to discuss the current trends and developments in the graphic arts industry with a new theme every year.

"With our focus on sustainability, we welcome SGP's first time participation," commented Bilqis Meer, GCM student and Colloquium vice president of corporate relations. "We are pleased that SGP confirms its confidence in our student lead program and support in building a more sustainable future."




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