Wide-format printers can no longer afford to ignore omnichannel marketing, or fail to integrate it into their own business models.
The Columbus Business Journal reported this week that Taylor Communications is closing the Vectra Visual printing plant based here.
First Slice Pie Café’s Andersonville, Ill. location won a $10,000 makeover from AlphaGraphics.
Digital textile printing is in flux, with mass-market customization becoming a more viable option as speed and quality improve.
As wide-format technologies have improved, the ability to create vibrant graphics has been a boon for festivals.
Dan Marx sits down with Denise Gustavson to talk about what is coming for PRINTING United in Dallas this October 23-25.
Virtual Systems and PagePath have merged, with the new combined company dubbed Print Reach.
At the Dscoop Edge 2019 convention, HP users came together for three days of education, networking and new technologies.
Eco-solvent continues to be a workhorse, tackling almost anything a printer can throw at it.
Ray Weiss has started a new workgroup within SGIA to bring together diverse voices from all aspects of the digital print realm.
Katazoom connected with the YMCA of Greenville, which runs six locations throughout the area, to produce eye-catching graphics.
Start the year off right by making sure your shop is compliant with all the current laws and regulations.
For many printers, self-promotion is not high on the priority list. Often, it is a secondary task.
One of the most common problems that printers have is the difficulty attracting young, innovative talent into the workforce.
Regional Health’s in-plant uses wide-format printing to make patient rooms warmer and more…