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Event: City of Hope

Every year, the National Business Products Council hosts the annual City of Hope Tour and Hall of Fame Dinner. And every year senior executives from across the industry come together in Pasadena (CA) for...

Industry raises record amount for City of Hope

 5 October 2007 — Chicago (IL): The US office products industry surpassed all expectations last night when it was revealed that a massive $7.2 million was raised in support of the City of Hope....

Giving hope

 Few people today haven't been affected by cancer in one way or another, through personal experience or through friends or family. According to the World Cancer Report, published by the International Agency for Research...

City of Hope raises over $6m

 2 October 2006 — Chicago (CH): Last week's City of Hope gala dinner in Chicago was the culmination of a year-long Spirit of Life campaign which raised a whopping $6.2 million. Over 900 members of...

Sad farewell to two industry friends

 David Baldrey, former chief buyer of wholesale business Spicers, passed away last month following a courageous battle with cancer. He was widely regarded as one of the most influential and respected figures in the...

NOPC president passes away

 14 August 2006 — Atlanta (GA): It is with great sadness that OPI announces the passing away of National Office Products Council (NOPC) president, Bob Parker. The ever-popular industry leader died peacefully in his sleep...

People & Places

 USA Eastman Kodak's board of directors has named Laura Quatela as a VP at the company. Quatela has been with the firm since 1999, most recently as director of intellectual property transactions. Rochester (NY) Imation CEO,...

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Big Read

Podcast: ISSA’s Dianna Steinbach talks about the importance of and opportunities...

This week’s episode of OPI’s podcast, OPI Talk, is all about health and hygiene in the workplace, a topic that has never been more important. How can...