In addition to Wide-Format Imaging, Jeffrey Steele's articles have appeared more than 2,000 times in such publications as the Baltimore Sun, Barron's, Boston Globe, Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Columbus Dispatch, Dayton Daily News, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, Harford Courant, Indianapolis Monthly, Los Angeles Times, Modern Luxury, New York Daily News, Omaha World-Herald, Orlando Sentinel, Press-Enterprise of Southern California and Consumer's Digest's Your Money magazine.
Transpromo print services represent an increasingly robust opportunity for print service providers. Making the most of that opportunity as a full-service provider of transpromo work requires PSPs adopt what one expert calls “a full-circle approach".
New and unique products are transforming store interiors into settings that attract customers like bees to honey. PSPs are a key part of that effort, as they integrate new technologies into their creative retail signage and point-of-purchase display...
New high-speed, single-pass inkjet systems and high-quality digital inkjet printers have opened doors of enticing opportunity to print service providers seeking to enter and grow within the decal, label, and packaging markets.
Trade printers exist to help local printers with projects that in some way or another are beyond their capabilities. These companies have grown increasingly responsive, and often can provide next day service when it’s crucially needed.
Package printing represents an increasingly exciting and profitable business opportunity for print providers. Package prototyping, proofing, short runs, and labels are all profit centers that beckon to printers.
As revenues in the out-of-home advertising industry continue to grow, quarter after quarter this booming marketplace offers tempting possibilities for print service providers producing wide-format output.
There’s one overarching theme when it comes to what’s new in the world of digital substrates. That theme is that printers have more options than ever, which means they also have more opportunities to spark creativity than before.
It’s not unusual for print service providers to agonize a bit over the idea of acquiring a flatbed printer. However, reduced labor and materials costs, less waste, wider substrate ranges, and entry into the fast-growing POP and retail signage segments...