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.
Perceptions from a Print Pro
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.
Does your pitch inspire your customers to re-think the possibilities with your products and services? Well, here's a lesson you can learn from a 10-year old and how you can apply it to your world.
I never referred to myself as a Print Buyer until I started hanging around all of you Printers, Service Providers and Industry people. I suppose that is an easy way to lump us all together even though buying print was only one part of my long list of responsibilities as an Ad Agency Production Manager/Supervsior/Director of Production Services.
Avoiding the landmines of complacency and expectation when a new print buyer takes over a long-standing account.