The Week That Was
This collection contains content for the home page from The Week That Was With Julie G.
Ricoh has signed on to participate as a leading sponsor, exhibitor in PRINT United Expo 2019, taking place in Dallas, Oct. 23-25, 2019.
On Thursday, November 16th, Publishing Executive, Book Business, and Printing Impressions hosted the first ever DigiPub Conference, which brought together leaders from the magazine, book, catalog, and printing industries to discuss new opportunities created by digital printing and data targeting. These technologies are helping publishers and marketers deliver faster, more relevant, and more valuable media to consumers.
The new chairman of the board of PIA and its Foundation is Bryan T. Hall, president and CEO of Graphic Visual Solutions.
The Ben Franklin Honor Society of Printing Industries of America (PIA) has inducted seven industry leaders.
Anstadt Communications, of York, Pa., has acquired Central File Marketing, a rent-to-own, data-driven direct mail printer in Milwaukee.
The U.S. Postal Service reported revenue of $69.6 billion for fiscal year 2017, a decrease of $1.8 billion compared to the prior year.
It nearly doubled its production inkjet direct salesforce, created a Dealer Advisory Council and is expanding its consulting business.
Time is running out to take part in our Printing Impressions 400 ranking of the top printers that appears in our December issue.