While this is only our 3rd annual ranking of the largest wide-format printing companies in the U.S. and Canada, a lot has changed.
Denise M. Gustavson
2020 has been a year of unprecedented events that will impact and shape our lives, businesses, and the industry for decades to come.
The PRINTING United Digital Experience will encompass three weeks of hosted global programming and new product unveilings.
Jamie Calon, 54blue Communications, talks about the evolution from a design agency to a print shop.
Businesses are still opening, consumers are still buying, and brands are still marketing — the how, when, and why has changed.
The PRINTING United Digital Experience will encompass three weeks of global programming, October 26 through November 12.
Chris McCormick, Hatch Exhibits, talks about how COVID-19 impacted his business, including adding a brand new division focused on PPE.
There’s a lot of uncertainty out there and still many questions. Where do we go from here? What does the next normal look like?
How is web-to-print software evolving? Here’s what your wide-format business can learn from early adopters of this technology.
Wide-Format Impressions wants to help showcase the innovation, inspiration, and creativity of our industry.
By nature, no one really wants to plan for a crisis.
Signs.com co-founder Nelson James sits down with Denise Gustavson to talk about how COVID-19 has impacted his business.
Printers and packagers are looking at utilizing capacity to meet the current high demand for PPE products.
While reports of COVID-19 store closures dominate the news, there are areas of growth — and that can equate to opportunity for PSPs.
Denise Gustavson posts an open letter to the industry as we all continue to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.