News: Recharger Magazine announces investment in India
LAS VEGAS: Recharger Magazine will make a sizable investment in the growing cartridge remanufacturing industry in India with the "Recharger Magazine's India Venture Capital Prize" during ReIndia Expo.
Monday, 3rd March 2008
The expo will be held in Mumbai from March 6-8 at the Bombay Exhibition Center. Each day of the event, one lucky attendee, who pre-registers by February 15, 2008, and is in attendance, will be awarded 40,000 rupees. "Recharger Magazine's India Venture Capital Prize underscores our company's commitment to the growth and prosperity of the document printing industry aftermarket in India," said Adam Schaffer, Group Publisher of Recharger Magazine. "This award will provide a foundation for a new business in the cartridge remanufacturing industry. I look forward to personally congratulating the winners," Schaffer added. In addition to the Recharger Magazine India Venture Capital Prize, all pre-registered attendees will be eligible to also win one of many iPod's, free passes to Recharger World Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA and subscriptions to Recharger Magazine. ReIndia Expo will provide an effective way for those interested to learn more about the printer cartridge remanufacturing industry. Attendees can observe the latest quality remanufacturing techniques in classes taught by industry leaders, preview state-of-the-art equipment, and try out products and services to increase productivity and reduce costs.
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