Fenske Media Corp.
We take a look at five commercial printers who have taken inventive approaches and have become innovators.
Fenske Media provides an inside look of its new Kodak Prosper 6000C Press.
he Lakota Sioux consider the Black Hills of South Dakota a sacred area. From a distance, the landscape appears black, due to a thick growth of pine trees; and on a fall day, maple trees speckle the hills with gold. Mother Nature certainly succeeded with this design. The Black Hills provided a dramatic backdrop to the Design Thinking Summit, which was hosted at Fenske Media
Fenske Media’s Dave Fenske, along with his three brothers, operates the largely direct mail specialty operation.
This is a story that's no doubt been repeated more than once. You're a company with a long and glorious tradition of manufacturing first-class finishing equipment. You've had a terrific run through the 70's, 80's, 90's and into the 21st century. But in the last four years, things have shifted.
With nearly 60 customers from across the United States present, Kodak President and CEO Antonio Perez rang the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Jan. 8 to celebrate Kodak's recent relisting.
Fenske Media utilizes its newly installed Kodak Prosper 5000XL inkjet press to create millions of full-color, highly personalized materials for its customers that drive higher rates of return and increased revenues. “Relevance equals revenue, and the ability to personalize these self-mailers based on the consumers past purchasing behavior is vital,” said Dave Fenske.