Deborah Corn seeks your expertise to help her push though silence, indecision and the follow-up.
PI blogger Deborah Corn caught up with Eric Hawkinson of Canon Solutions America, who discussed a surprise product shown at drupa 2016.
PI blogger Deborah Corn interviews Sabine Geldermann, drupa director and global head for printing technologies, Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, on the story behind how the drupa song was created, why the show is being called "the packaging drupa," and other highlights visitors can expect to see at the largest print show in the world.
A few weeks back I had the honor of attending Canon Solutions America's Anniversary Event in Boca Raton. If you have never been to a Canon Solutions America function, make your calls now and get on their radar — you won't be disappointed in their product offerings or their events. While this particular event was for press and analysts, I found myself sitting with Canon Solutions America customers Matt and Mark Landaal of Landaal Packaging Systems quite by accident, and quickly fell in love.
Deborah Corn interviews Amit Shvartz, Scodix’s vice president of marketing on the new products that were introduced in 2015.
Deborah Corn interviews Eric Hawkinson, senior director, marketing, Production Print Solutions, Canon Solutions America.
Highcon’s Eshchar Ben-Shitrit discusses why 2015 was a year of success and growth, and shares his thoughts with what is ahead for 2016.
Deborah Corn interviews David Murphy, worldwide director of marketing for the HP PageWide Web Press Division.
Print Media has taken its rightful place in the omnichannel marketing world along side Digital Media, Mobile Media and Social Media.
The writers of TV’s new action packed-drama, “Supergirl,” know something that all relevant marketers know.
Deborah Corn on the importance of customer relationships, understanding their buying needs, and cranberry sauce.
As a print customer you can learn more about your service providers in a disaster, than in any other situation. Here are three things you should NEVER do when your customer is in crisis.
A funny thing happened on the way to GRAPH EXPO this year…No, this isn’t the start of a joke, it’s actually the start of a movement!
How going paperless cost me a few hundred bucks, and opting out of e-statements reignited my respect for print.
Pawnee’s premiere printshop, Sign-Tology, saves the day and provides one last nod to Leslie Knope’s love of print in the penultimate episode of this TV sit-com.