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PLM Bootcamp targeting the consumer products market

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Feb '10
PLM Bootcamp is the premier educational site for PLM content specifically targeting the consumer products market. After a successful live event in September 09' attendees in Apparel, Footwear, Retail and manufacturing organizations rated the event a “must attend if you want to know about everything PLM and PLM best practices for the CPG markets”.

IT, Product Development, Design, Merchandising, Marketing,Graphic Design, Material Development, Color Teams, Quality Assurance Teams, Technical Design and Fit Teams, and C- level executives that work in Retail and Manufacturing Verticals in Apparel, Footwear, Textile, Toys, Packaging, Equipment, Uniforms and Sporting Goods sectors can select from fourteen expert sessions which information is relevant to their current PLM focus and learn from the comfort of their desk.

“The event was a huge success and we have been asked to make this information available” says Leah Poller, V.P. of WYSWYG Productions. “Starting in February, each session will have a 10 minute free preview available online at http://www.youtube.com/user/plmbootcamp” says Poller. “We hope this encourages visitors to get a sense of the information available and register for full access to the event.”

“Our sponsor, Zweave and TBC Unlimited have subsidized registration costs and are allowing us to offer the full event for $100 per registration”.

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