The unforgiving combination of a slowing American economy and continued material shortages, labor shortages, and cost inflation will pressure margins across the printing industry this year, according to the 2022-23 State of the Industry Report published by PRINTING United Alliance and sponsored by Canon.
Andrew D. Paparozzi
Wide-format printers surveyed by PRINTING United Alliance and NAPCO Research view 2022 with a mix of optimism and realism.
Despite COVID, recent data shows companies continue to develop strategies for growth, typified by a variety of approaches and new tech.
Recovery has begun for the printing industry, notes the second quarter 2021 Print Business Indicators Survey.
Confidence and quote activity have turned sharply higher, according to the first-quarter 2021 Print Business Indicators Survey.
The COVID crisis has changed business and consumer behavior in many ways, but which are temporary and which are permanent?
Expect the printing industry to grow in 2021, boosted by a sharp upturn in the American economy.
NAPCO Research and PRINTING United Alliance measured the effects of the COVID-19 recession on the printing industry.
Key print business indicators are showing improvement, according to a recent NAPCO Research/PRINTING United Alliance survey.
A sustainable recovery that convinces companies to invest and consumers to spend on nonessentials isn’t likely until 2021.
The combined PRINTING United Alliance and NAPCO Media research teams invite you to take the Print Business Indicators Survey.
The coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the economy has been sudden and profound.
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After nine years of consecutive growth, all economic indicators show it will continue well into 2019.