Date: October 17, 2018
Venue: Zhuhai International Convention & Exhibition Center
Summit Theme: Conflict and Compromise: what are the solutions?
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Summit Theme：Conflict and Compromise: what are the solutions?
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Executive Director, International Imaging Technology Council
Judge has served as the executive director of the International Imaging Technology Council, a not-for-profit trade association serving imaging supplies remanufacturers and dealers, for 17 years. Judge was the executive editor of Recharger magazine. A lawyer for 30 years, Judge also has litigation experience. Judge’s work has been published in Recharger, and several other industry magazines, and has won critical acclaim for her writing and industry advocacy.
|Merritt R. Blakeslee
The Blakeslee Law Firm, Washington, D.C., USA
Merritt Blakeslee has practiced in the fields of international law and international trade regulation since 1991. His practice focuses on international trade and specifically on disputes lying at the intersection between international trade and intellectual property law. His principal practice areas include Section 337 investigations at the U.S. International Trade Commisson; Customs counseling, enforcement, and litigation; and anticounterfeiting and trademark protection. He has represented clients in thirteen Section 337 investigations, including investigations brought by Canon and Lexmark. He counsels clients on how to operate legally in the difficult legal environment of the printer consumables aftermarket. He has written and lectured extensively on this topic, particularly in Recycling Times and at imaging summits organized by RT Media.
President, Channel Partner Division, LD Products
Pepper has more than 20 years executive and management experience in European and American markets, held leadership, sales and marketing positions within printer
Business Development Manager of WTA
Zoltan Matyas has a 15+ year track record in the Imaging Aftermarket, and is an active member of the European remanufacturing industry. He is also an expert in developing digital marketing and social media strategies for both for B2B and B2C operations in and outside of the industry. He holds a University Degree in Digital and Social Media Marketing, as well as being an active practitioner in consulting and developing digital marketing projects for SMEs in various sectors. He is familiar with concepts such as online engagement, community management, digital lead generation, and inbound and content marketing.
Volker O. Kappius is the COO at Delacamp. He has a University degree in International Management, Marketing and Organizational Psychology from the University of Hamburg as well as postgraduate degree in Business Ethics from the University of Hagen. Before joining Delacamp in 2005, Kappius worked as a partner for a Hamburg based consulting company specializing in the Telecom and Banking sectors. Before joining the consulting company, he worked as a key account manager for Dell Computers in Frankfurt.
Associate Vice President, Imaging, Printing & Document Solution, IDC Asia/Pacific
Maggie Tan is an Associate Vice President with IDC’s Asia/Pacific Imaging, Printing and Document Solution (IPDS) group. Based in Malaysia, Maggie drives the research and consulting agenda across various segments of IPDS in 14 different countries in Asia/Pacific. Specifically, she looks into how printing workflow has evolved from desktop to industrial printing from mature to emerging countries in Asia/Pacific. Maggie has more than fifteen years of experience in the IPDS arena, particularly for Large Format Printers, Printer Consumables and Page Volume research. Prior to joining the Asia/Pacific team, Maggie was the head of ASEAN research, overlooking the research team from IT to communication research for Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand.
President, Imaging Supplies Coalition
Allen joined the ISC in Dec. 2006 after his retirement from Lexmark International, where he held numerous executive positions in printer product marketing. Prior to joining Lexmark, Mr. Westerfield was employed by IBM.
During his 15-year career with Lexmark, Mr. Westerfield held the position as Director of Product Marketing for both the Enterprise and Consumer Business Units. He also held the positions of Marketing Director US, and the Director of Marketing Asia Pacific. In these positions Westerfield announced and evolved the OPTRA laser printer product line, introduced Lexmark’s first color laser, Lexmark’s first inkjet printers and Lexmark’s first MFD’s. Westerfield was the planning manager for the introduction of IBM’s first desk top laser printer, the 4019. Westerfield also contributed to significant growth in Lexmark’s Asia Pacific Business from 2000 through 2004. Mr. Westerfield is a graduate of Brescia University and received an MBA from the University of Kentucky. He also graduated from the IBM Systems Research Institute. Westerfield is a frequent speaker and author on anti-counterfeiting subjects.