As the industry continues to feel the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re beginning to see steps toward recovery. In order to keep printers informed, NAPCO Media Research, a service of NAPCO Media, and the PRINTING United Alliance have launched the second report of the COVID-19 Print Business Indicators Research.
As the country begins to reopen, printing companies need to turn their attention to ensuring they maintain safe business operations for both their customers and employees.
As face-to-face interaction becomes difficult, Web-to-Print and online storefront capabilities are enabling clients to order exactly what they need.
The economic crisis caused by COVID-19 is unprecedented in nature and effect. To help printing companies navigate through the crisis to reach the recovery period on the other side, NAPCO Media Research, a service of NAPCO Media, and the PRINTING United Alliance have launched Volume 1 of the COVID-19 Print Business Indicators Research.
Wide-Format Impressions assembled a panel of experts to address the changing visual communications landscape. It is becoming increasingly difficult for providers to maintain the same sales, clients, and services, so the question is: how can you continue to grow in a consolidating market with increased pricing pressure?
Every business owner knows that hiring the right staff is essential to a company’s success and growth. The strong economy coupled with the expanding wide-format sector and other trends, including millennials and genZers not flocking to join the printing industry, is creating a shortage of suitable production employees.