NAPERVILLE, Ill., Sept. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- OfficeMax® Incorporated (NYSE:OMX), a leader in office supplies, technology and services, today announced it will participate in the World Retail Congress 2012 in London, September 19-21. Ravi Saligram, President and Chief Executive Officer of OfficeMax, will join more than 900 retailers from 50 countries to discuss and respond to the critical issues on the CEO agenda.
On Wednesday, September 19, Saligram will participate in the "Managing Change" panel discussion and share his experiences and key insights with regard to driving organizational change.
The World Retail Congress, now entering its sixth year, is the pre-eminent meeting place for retail leaders from across the globe. Uniting retail CEOs the Congress provides critical context, new ideas and challenges conventional thinking.
OfficeMax Incorporated (NYSE: OMX) is a leader in integrating products, solutions and services for the workplace, whether for business or at home. The OfficeMax mission is simple: We provide workplace innovation that enables our customers to work better. The company provides office supplies and paper, in-store print and document services through OfficeMax ImPress®, technology products and solutions, and furniture to businesses and consumers. OfficeMax customers are served by approximately 29,000 associates through e-commerce, more than 900 stores in the U.S. and Mexico, direct sales and catalogs. OfficeMax has been named one of the 2012 World's Most Ethical Companies, and is the only company in the office supply industry to receive Ethics Inside® Certification by the Ethisphere Institute. To find the nearest OfficeMax, call 1-877-OFFICEMAX. For more information, visit www.officemax.com.
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