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German Federal Ministry of the Interior to convey business ideas at Security Printing 2011

Published on 16 December, 2010
 Division in the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany, will be speaking at Security Printing and Alternative Solutions in Central & Eastern Europe and Russia 2011, taking place 25-27 January 2011, in Zagreb, Croatia.
Security Printing 2011 will highlight the latest data and expert insight in security printing technologies
Pira International are pleased to announce that Andreas Reisen, the Head of "Passports and Identity Documents, Identification Systems" Division in the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany, will be speaking at Security Printing and Alternative Solutions in Central & Eastern Europe and Russia 2011, taking place 25-27 January 2011, in Zagreb, Croatia.

Mr Reisen's presentation, entitled "Case Study: The German citizen card; setting new standards in document security", will cover every aspect of the new German electronic ID card project. Within the agenda session on "Developments in Identity Documents", alongside Malcolm Cuthbertson, Consultant at De La Rue and Giorgi Vashadze, Chairman of the Civil Registry Agency, Georgian Ministry of Justice, this will certainly be a highlight of the programme.

There is an abundance of investment and growth opportunities in the Eastern European and CIS security printing market, with an impressive 15.2% Compound Annual Growth Rate predicted for 2010-20151. Security Printing 2011 is the place to meet and generate new business for your company in the region. 42% of past delegates are from the CEE/CIS region, and will be present to discuss current industry developments with colleagues and experts within the field.

Pira's Chief Consultant of Brand Protection and Document Security, Michael Chamberlain, will be on hand to present the latest data and expert insight on the developments in bank note printing and disruptive technologies in security printing. 44% of past delegates of Managing Director level, a third of attendees are industry end users, including 60 from government bodies, central banks and police forces, showing that Security Printing events are the only place to network with the region's policy makers.

Attendance of Security Printing 2011 is guaranteed to provide real value to all looking to do business and make new connections in this sector.

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