The new year has just started, but we’re already looking ahead to the next round of Rising Stars.
As we look back at 2020, these are some of the top articles focused on growth and new opportunities that you might have missed.
On Dec. 9 and 10, the PRINTING United Alliance and AATCC hosted the annual Digital Textile Printing Conference.
As this year comes to a close, Wide-format Impressions looked back at some of the companies who found ways to innovate successfully.
The final day of the PRINTING United Digital Experience was dedicated to Digital Textiles.
Functional and industrial printing is roughly a $1.45 trillion space, which means a lot of opportunities for printers.
For Parrott Printing, the Digitech Trufire LT/X2 has proven to be a “game changer” for the operation.
The PRINTING United Digital Experience Day Five focused on the Graphics/Wide-Format (Finishing and Workflow) market.
The time has finally arrived — the PRINTING United Digital Experience went live with Graphics/Wide-Format — Hardware & Consumables.
Day two of the Wide-Format Summit brought this series exploring the trends and opportunities in the large-format market to a close.
On October 8, the inaugural debut of the Wide-Format Summit Series took place, with speakers touching on a wide range of topics.
These three individuals represent the future of wide-format as the 2020 Rising Stars.
AAA Flag & Banner stepped up to the plate with cutouts sports fans can have placed in stadium seats.
As we head into the second half of a wild 2020, it has driven home the fact that no business is immune to the unexpected.
Digital technologies are the future of fashion, but the transformation is only just getting started.