Business Management - Industry Trends
Describing a handful of the sales from the Expo floor does not illustrate the immensity of the sales, but does provide a pulse.
On this episode of Wide-Format Weekly, Kirkwood acquired DGI Invisuals; We talked to Robert Coppinger about the acquisition; Omer Kulka talked about upcycling; Highlighting our 2023 Wide-format Innovators; We talked to Whit Copley; We are seeking stories of charity and community service within the wide-format industry.
Orbus Visual Communications has been named a 2024 SAGE A-rated supplier. This distinction is based on an aggregate of distributor ratings throughout the year. Suppliers are rated on factors such as customer service, delivery, problem resolution, as well as overall product rating.
On Oct. 19 during PRINTING United Expo, folks interested in digital textile printing — direct-to-garment and direct-to-fabric — gathered for the first-ever Apparelist Forum. The hour-and-a-half event featured lunch, education from Kornit, and a panel discussion on the opportunities and “whys” of digital printing.
The wide-format printing industry is filled with talented, hardworking professionals who help bring visual communications to life. But many in this industry also find time to give back to others through charitable acts, volunteer work, and community service. We want to hear your stories of philanthropy and goodwill.
It's that time of year again, it's time to meet the Wide-format Innovators for 2023! This year, Wide-format Impressions highlighted four printers from around the country to highlight their innovations in things like technology, graphic installation, sustainability, and more.
Leading printers explore the 30 wide-format trends and emerging opportunities you can’t afford to ignore as technologies, applications, and customer expectations evolve.
This week on Wide-Format Weekly, Gary Jones chats about new OSHA regulations; Design Pool's Kristin Dettoni talks wide-format printing and the interior design space; swissQprint announced its Creative Challenge winners; Daniel Valade believes resin and latex ink technology are the future.