Quick Printing is the resource for the Commercial printing, visual and graphic arts industries. Since 1977, Quick Printing has focused on improving efficiency and increasing sales and profits in the print shop. Industry experts share their ideas and technical knowledge on ways to improve operations. The market audience includes management, production operations, sales & marketing, design and other industry personnel working with Commercial, Digital, Sign, In-Plant, Banner, Wide- and Grand-Format Printers, Publishing, Outdoor advertising, Print Brokers, Buyers and Suppliers.
“Only in a place like America is this story even possible. I am a quick printer with a happy ending.”
Our big company brethren have rules everyone lives by and so do companies our size. But they are not the same rules.
Do you know who any of your competitors' best customers are? Obviously, any high volume printing buyer who's not buying from you must be buying from one of them, but can you match the buyer to the printer?
Quark has announced the launch of QuarkPromote.com, a new online service aimed at promoting QuarkXpress 8 and creating new business for printers.
For many printers 2009 was a challenging year of sales decreases; the result of less business from top customers and increased competition for new business from prospects. For printers who are also mailers, mail volume was off as customers had less...
Nigerian scam revealed and small business advice from a successfully retired printer
Sales techniques build business growth by attracting new customers
Be prepared is the lesson a snow storm can teach small business owners
Small business best practices for employee retention require respect for owners and managers
CTP is now a standard technology of the quick and small commercial printing industry. With the technology that is available today, printers can save green and go green at the same time.
What’s the difference between a digital press and a copier? This was the question posed in the LinkedIn discussion group “Digital Printing.” The explosion of input that resulted reflects the intensity of emotions on all sides of the issue.