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.
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".
A 2013 study by InfoTrends, Wide Format Printing: A Critical Element in the Communications Mix, reports that 39.4 percent of wide-format print buyers buy their work from general commercial printing firms.
Andrew Dieckman, the principal of Executive Printing & Direct Mail, Inc. in Elmsford, NY, is looking forward to what 2014 holds in store: an ongoing commitment to his core niche, bold forays into new areas, and a strong bottom line.
Alegeus Technologies recently announced the results of a survey of flexible spending account (FSA) administrators, providing reactions and predictions regarding the recent “FSA rollover” announcement by the US Department of the Treasury.
The printing industry is seeing unparalleled consolidation. The reasons are simple – the recession, the Internet changing communications away from ink or toner on paper, the aging of the average print owner and lack of succession planning.
The economy has changed, the banking industry has changed and traditional relationships between companies and their banks have changed. As financial consultants to the printing industry, we see an up-swing in requests for help negotiating and/or meet bank...
Profitability happens because owners pay attention to the details and do the little things to make their business profitable and productive. These technology tips may put some dollars in your pocket and make your shop run a little smoother.
Canon Solutions America, Inc., a subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., has established the first Canon Solutions America User Group Steering Committee and has launched a second advisory group – the Digital Print Advisory Council (DPAC).