People can’t merely see the office as a place to do work anymore. They have to see it as a place they can’t live without. Partnering with global architectural firms can help wide-format printers revolutionize office building design.
Advances in lower-cost LED lighting, printable fabrics, cutting systems, and silicon-edge graphic (SEG) displays have made it possible to include backlit graphics nearly everywhere.
Companies are facing the continuing challenge of integrating a multi-generational workforce and learning how to create a work environment that appeals to the youngest workers. Depending on what strategies employers have already implemented, companies may need to further adapt to attract and retain Gen Z workers.
If you’re a print service provider (PSP) that offers wide-format signage services, chances are at this point, you’ve explored digital textile printing, mailing and fulfillment services, and more as additional sources of revenue. But what some PSPs may not have considered is offering engraving services.
Whatever products you decide to add to your print business, whether it’s writing instruments, notebooks, flags, tents, apparel, backpacks, or table throws, the key is to work with products that you know are of a high quality and are things that the end-user will ultimately use.
With consumers still skeptical about Cash Back, Rakuten decided to create a special, immersive “Sleigh Your Shopping” pop-up event, its first in-person holiday shopping event.