Whatever mode of transportation you consider, they all share one quality: they can’t be ignored.
Denise M. Gustavson
Personalization is at the heart of serving customers and thanks to the evolution of technology, mass personalization is a reality.
If you’re not convinced convergence is occurring, then you need to take a look at the First Annual Wide-Format Impressions 50 list.
Where are we now and where are we going? A panel of industry experts offers insight into the trends impacting visual communications.
Call it convergence or consolidation, the industry is changing as companies look for growth opportunities in adjacent markets.
SGIA Expo attendees celebrated the opening night of SGIA and toasted to the future with PRINTING United in Dallas next October.
Brand owners have trust issues. They’ve seen and heard — and sometimes experienced — all of the things that can go wrong.
Over the past few days, you’ve probably heard a lot about PRINTING United, but you probably still have questions. Here is what you need to know about what’s happening to the SGIA Expo in 2019 and what you can expect from PRINTING United.
During the 2018 SGIA Expo, Ricoh USA (Booth 3601) unveiled two new products located on the show floor. Dan Johansen, Marketing Manager, Ricoh USA, discusses the new Ricoh Pro L5130 and L5160 latex roll-to-roll press.
First impressions are powerful and lasting — for good or for bad.
The SGIA Expo is filled with new product introductions, North America unveilings and greatest equipment, software and consumables.
A healthy economy coupled with a rising desire for immersive experiences are driving growth in the hospitality industry.
3M, with the help of Vomela Companies, transforms its main headquarters to inspire curiosity and wonder.
A recent survey by Wide-Format Impressions and NAPCO Research reveals that optimism continues to grow in the visual communications industry.
We're excited to announce that the inaugural issue of Wide-Format Impressions just launched. The bi-monthly magazine will give you a fresh take on the visual communications industry.