It is the starting line of the New Year and sets the pace for the next 12 months. As you race through 2016, if you are hitting or exceeding your revenue line, life is good! Your people experience more opportunities for advancement, you can invest more in technology to further accelerate results, you can afford to innovate more and your people are happy. On the other hand...
What is your reaction if your sales rep walks out the door at 2 p.m. on a Friday? Depending on his/her sales standing, it ought to be "Hit 'em down the middle!" with the sincerest of back slaps. Is it, or do you silently (or perhaps not so silently) stab him in the back as he leaves? This week's blog by Bill Farquharson explains why this age-old habit should be honored.
"Leaders are born, not made," some say. In some cases, that may be true. But, in my three careers, what I have witnessed is: Leadership is learned and developed. It's a DECISION to step up in a lead position! There's hope...
We were told upon the arrival of the sales and tech rep from the roller manufacturer that the $30,000 worth of rollers that were previously ordered and installed by my client were not compatible with full UV inks.
Starting out with the topic of LED UV, Steve Metcalf and Jon Graunke gave an update on where this new technology is currently and where it’s going. They noted that AMS successfully installed its first production unit in Japan on a four-over-four machine last fall, with more units to be installed here in the states this year.
With yet another sold-out conference last week, Print UV 2011 opened with a record audience count. The attendee list included almost 170 participants with representatives from more than 60 individual printing companies, along with some of the leading vendors.