A report from the AF&PA reveals that total printing-writing paper shipments decreased 8% in September.
For printing establishments to remain competitive in today's market, they will need to recruit talented young individuals. To do that requires a focused industry effort to help talented students achieve their goals, and to help them better understand just how diverse the graphic arts industry is and how many career opportunities there are. Last year, EDSF and Printing Impressions teamed up to create the Youth in Print scholarship fund, which awards scholarships in the amount of $2,000 to full-time students attending an accredited college or university. We had the opportunity to catch up with two of the 2016 Youth in Print recipients.
Time is running out to take part in our 33rd annual Printing Impressions 400 ranking of the top printers that appears in our December issue of the magazine. The PI 400 recognizes the Top 400 printing companies in the United States and Canada — as determined by most recent fiscal year sales.
Julian Greer, Richelle Kelly and Brannan Meyers have joined Idealliance in key roles.
Quad’s Virtual Reality Viewers were on display during the VR Society’s “VR On The Lot” event, that was held Oct. 13 and Oct. 14, 2016.
International Print Day, will throw open its virtual doors to the global community on Wednesday, October 19th, and everyone is invited.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from the thINK conference, NAPCO Media (the parent company of Printing Impressions), and the Electronic Document Scholarship Foundation (EDSF) and NAPCO Media.
I recently returned from Washington, D,C., after witnessing, firsthand, the opening of the 19th and final Smithsonian Institution.
Ten document and graphic communications professionals were named Women of Distinction, bringing the total number to 117 worldwide.