Business Management – Convergence
We’ll review what to look for in digital printing equipment, including the differences and benefits of in-line and offline.
If you’re planning to align your business with a specific vertical market, or more effectively serve one (or several), it’s important to consider how to do it most effectively. The 15 tips below are drawn from the experiences of companies laser-focused an specific verticals.
On this episode of Wide-Format Weekly, we highlight hot products from PRINTING United Expo, discuss business-selling strategies, profile Phase 3 Marketing and Communications and Image Options, and preview the 2024 Wide-Format Summit.
"Starting the quest for knowledge, she says, includes knowing the difference between interior designers and interior decorators."
Don Whaley, vice president, marketing at Kornit Digital, previews the technologies the company will have on display at the PRINTING United Expo, and speaks of current market conditions in both the direct-to-fabric and direct-to-garment spaces.
Ben Grossman, co-owner of Grossman Marketing Group, speaks about the company's recent acquisitions, as well as how the growing marketing company approaches printing services, suppliers, and value for apparel, promotional products, and event-focused printed applications.
Gene Hamzhie, CEO of FireSprint, shares how the company has become a thriving trade sign and graphics printing company.
Just as the state of change in the printing industry continues to be both profound and transformative, the state of change and the opportunity for improvement in textile and apparel manufacturing was demonstrated at the recent AATCC Discovery Summit.
Marco Boer, vice president at I.T. Strategies, chatted with us about the Wide-Format Summit and why it has become such a vital event for the wide-format segment.