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Breast Cancer Awareness

By Kristin Eckmann, Director Brand & Communications

Oct 13, 2014
 

As we all know, October is officially Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  It’s important for all of us to take a moment to acknowledge that there are millions of people affected by this disease each year – either directly or indirectly – as breast cancer is the most common cancer in women.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1.7 million women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012 and there were 6.3 million women alive who had been diagnosed with breast cancer in the previous five years.   Breast cancer also has a very high survival rate if it is detected early.  That’s why it’s so important to raise awareness and support to fight against it.

Datacard Group fully supports this cause and will once again be selling the Limited Edition Pink Printer to show its support.  The printer will be available globally from October 2014 to March 2015 and is ideal for any business or organization that produces ID cards and badges. Datacard Group will then donate a portion of the proceeds for each printer sold to the Pink Ribbon Foundation.

Help us support this cause and continue to raise awareness for breast cancer.

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About Kristin

Kristin Eckmann is Entrust Datacard’s director of global communications, where she oversees and drives all global public relations, social media and communications efforts for the company. Prior to joining Entrust Datacard, Eckmann worked as the marketing director for Dynamic Card Solutions and has held various positions in public relations and marketing in the technology industry. Eckmann holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a concentration in public relations from Colorado State University.

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