Surtex to Begin Exhibitor Webinars

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--"Getting Started in Art Licensing," presented by licensing expert Tara Reed, will begin a series of webinars about the Surtex trade show on Nov. 3, 2010 at 12 Noon.

Surtex exhibitors can register for this webinar and other show-related web sessions at surtex.com. The webinar schedule also includes "Operations Basics: Logistics for a Smooth Move-in/Set-up" by Mike Edson, operations manager for GLM, Surtex's owner, on Jan. 12, 2011; "How to Find, Interact & Work with Manufacturers," also by Reed, on Jan. 19, 2011; "Marketing to Maximize Surtex 2011," by Reed and Penny Sikalis, GLM vice president and Surtex's manager, on Feb. 16, 2011; "Preparing Your Booth Presentation for Surtex 2011, and More," by Reed and Sikalis, on March 16, 2011; and a repeat of "Operations Basics," the Jan 12 webinar, on March 23, 2011.

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