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.
Over the past 20 years, digital wide-format printing has evolved into one of the more profitable product areas of the printing industry.