Industry Intelligence to hold webinar discussing FTC's environmental marketing guidelines with Two Sides President, COO Phil Reibel, who will provide recommendations for use of environmental claims for paper products
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LOS ANGELES, March 27, 2013
– Phil Riebel, President and COO of Two Sides U.S., will review environmental marketing guidelines as published by the Federal Trade Commission and give recommendations for use of Type 1 and Type 2 environmental claims
Industry Intelligence Inc., a market intelligence and information management company serving the forest products, packaging, and food and beverage industries, today announced it will offer a webinar with Phil Riebel of Two Sides U.S. on April 10. In this presentation, Riebel will lead attendees through the newly published FTC guidelines for environmental marketing. He will give recommendations for the use of Type 1 (independently verified eco-labels) and Type 2 (self-declared) environmental claims related to paper products.
Phil Riebel, president and COO of Two Sides U.S., brings 24-plus years of working on paper sustainability issues to his presentation. He will speak about common issues faced by professionals in the graphic communication value chain (paper producers, merchants, printers, converters, publishers, graphic designers, sales and marketing personnel, paper buyers and more).
In 2011, Riebel worked with Martyn Eustace, founder of Two Sides U.K., and several supporting companies to expand Two Sides to the U.S. Two Sides is a not-for-profit organization with the goal of promoting the responsible production and use of print and paper and dispelling common environmental misconceptions about paper.
Industry Intelligence, Inc. hosts this webinar as part of its ongoing initiative to provide market-relevant, value-added accessible content. Consumers for Paper Options and The Envelope Manufacturers Association (EMA) are supporting this webinar. Consumers for Paper Options works to preserve paper-based options for the 30% of Americans who lack Internet access and rely on paper for their sole source of information. The EMA, a member of Two Sides U.S., exists to promote the value of paper-based communications, in particular, envelopes and printed products.
There is no charge to register for this webinar, but space is limited. To learn more about this presentation and reserve your seat, please visit, www.i2live.net.
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