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Attracting and Retaining Young Talent to be Discussed During Virtual Leadership Conference

How can we attract young talent and develop future leaders for the industry? Attend the Week Two sessions of TAPPI PIMA’s Innovation and Leadership Conference Series to find out.

Mills Aren’t Just Coming for the Halloween Candy!

We’re not trying to TRICK you. PEERS really is a TREAT for paper and pulping professionals serious about optimizing their mill operations and achieving their sustainability goals.

We’ve Brought Back the Sizzle!

They’re called Hot Topics for a reason. Join in-depth discussions on critical topics that have an immediate effect on your mill during PEERS 2020 Hot Topics Breakfasts.

TAPPICon 2021 Registration is Now Open

It’s not every day you get six key segments working together to bring the industry one comprehensive, interactive event but it’s happened. Don’t miss your opportunity to join this global discussion. Register today

Revolution: How the Changing Winds of Political, Societal and Digitalization Trends are Affecting Today’s Mills

Hear from mill insiders and industry professionals about today’s most hard-hitting topics and their effect on day-to-day operations.

Are We Too Late to Bridge the Knowledge Gap?

Are you losing critical skills and knowledge with each retiring staff member? Do you have a knowledge transfer plan in place for your next generation of workers? Learn about a novel training approach at PEERS 2020. Register today.

Former Editor of Harvard Business Review to Keynote at TAPPICon 2021

What does it takes to develop a market-creating innovation that can help you and your company prosper? Get answers during Karen Dillon’s keynote presentation at TAPPICon 2021.

TAPPICon 2021 Call for Papers Extended

Your opportunity to be part of TAPPICon has been extended but it won’t last forever. The October 23rd deadline is almost here. Submit your abstract before it’s too late.

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