Former Tennis Great Chris Evert to be Keynote Speaker at Canon Solutions America thINK 2016 Conference Oct 10-12

BOCA RATON, FL – Former Tennis Great Chris Evert will be a keynote speaker at thINK 2016, the second annual thINK conference hosted by Canon Solutions America. This year’s forum is scheduled for October 10-12, 2016. The event will take place at the Waldorf Astoria Boca Raton Resort & Club, 501 E Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432. Source: PR Newswire
Chris Evert will be one of three keynote speakers along with economist David Humphreys, and existentialist Greg McKeown. According to the PR Newswire release, the aim of this year’s conference will be to foster a collaborative community experience by bringing together leading analysts, advisors, and customers from the print industry:

“The conference will feature experts in inkjet technology who are willing to share their best practices in order to foster a collaborative community experience and further promote the benefits of cutting-edge inkjet technology. In its inaugural year, thINK became the largest customer-led inkjet summit around the globe. In 2016 the organization will build on its prior year’s success by assembling a program featuring the print industry’s leading analysts, advisors, and customers.”

With over 400 attendees expected to attend, the event will most likely be the largest user group ever to be assembled for inkjet production printing. This year’s attendees should expect expanded educational opportunities with guidance from subject-matter experts as well as thINK members. Topics to be discussed will address the production side as well as the business side of inkjet printing.

Chris Evert is a former women’s tennis champion whose career spanned between 1974 and 1986. In 1995 she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Chris Evert’s career win–loss record in singles matches of 1,309–146 (.900) is the best of any professional player in tennis history. Evert never lost in the first round of a Grand Slam singles tournament, her earliest exits being in the third round. In women’s doubles, Evert won 3 Grand Slam titles. Evert holds a record 125 consecutive wins on clay courts, a streak broken in 1979 by Tracy Austin. In 1979 she married John Lloyd and began competing as Chris Evert Lloyd. She and Lloyd divorced in 1987. Evert married Olympic skier Andy Mill in 1988 and divorced him in 2006. They have three sons. In 2008 she married professional golfer Greg Norman in The Bahamas. She now lives in Boca Raton, Florida with Norman and her three sons.
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