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Combined, the Top 25 “Hot Markets for Print Demand 2018-19” account for nearly 95% of total print-related purchasing by key sectors.
Few would deny that 2018 is shaping up to be a fraught and contentious year politically. But, it isn’t likely that political news of the headline-grabbing, “breaking” variety is going to have all that much to do with issues of primary concern to the printing industry. Those issues, nonetheless, are real, and the need for printers to understand and engage with them has seldom been more urgent.
If you own a printing business, you should be in either a selling or a buying frame of mind - even if you have no present intention of doing either. These days, understanding M&A basics is smart thinking for every owner.
It’s a little hard to explain how, despite the many years I’ve spent covering print industry events, I never got around to attending an SGIA Expo until I took part in the one that ran in New Orleans last October. To state the obvious, I had no idea of what I was missing. Now I see that I’ve missed a lot - but in light of a major announcement made just before the show, I expect that gap in my knowledge to close very rapidly.
The 2017 Printing Impressions 400 reveals the current state of the printing industry and print markets ripe for further consolidation.
The commercial printing industry is being redefined by what some might call the digital, communications or information revolution.
John Conley weighs in on a new industry disruptor. Walsworth, Edwards Brothers Malloy, Worzalla, share trends for book manufacturing.