The Print Buyer Satisfaction Index (PBSI) for the first quarter ending March 31, 2016, has been released by SurveyAdvantage.
EDSF is proud to announce the following scholarships are available to outstanding students worldwide for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The legacy continues for local business owners Kent and Julie Phillips, who are celebrating 30 years in operation.
Sir Speedy, PIP, and Signal Graphics Franchisees will now offer custom, 3D-printed pieces through agreement with ZVerse Inc.
American Speedy Printing owner Bill Davies is considering closing his shop in Rochester, Michigan, due to significant damage.
If you ask to meet the new chief of Sir Speedy on Commerce Circle Center, and then meet Danielle Rickert, you might say, "Nice to meet you, young lady—but I wanted to meet the owner, please."
And Rickert would smile and say, "That's me."
She may be youthful, she may be new in town, she may be making a change in career specialization—but she is no newcomer to the business world, bringing years of experience.
Newark, NJ-based One Source Solutions has been acquired by KM Media Group. Staff and operations of One Source Solutions will relocate to KM Media's 50,000-square-foot location in Clifton, NJ. One Source Solutions was originally formed as a Sir Speedy Printing franchise in 1984, but its former owners, Roy and Sherri Winters, rebranded it as the non-franchise One Source Solutions in 2009.
Sir Speedy of Westbury, Melville and Hauppauge was recently honored with a Top 25 Sales Volume Award at the annual Sir Speedy Convention and Vendor Show held at the Disneyland Resort Hotel in Anaheim, CA. The award was based on 2013 annual sales revenue, and recognized the company as one of the top twenty-five in the worldwide Sir Speedy franchise network.
BOSTON—A Sir Speedy franchise here has found itself in federal court after its insurance company refused to pay a claim on a terrorism clause in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, the Boston Herald reported.
The latest legal drama in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings is unfolding in federal court, and it doesn’t concern the suspect or his friends—this fight is over insurance.
Sir Speedy Printing, a Boylston Street business that closed for two weeks after the attack, is asking its insurance company to make good on its terrorism policy. Federal law and an alleged contractual ambiguity, however, has the insurance company—Public Service Mutual—telling the aggrieved business it’s out of luck.
Sir Speedy is asking that Public Service Mutual pay out $940,000 for revenue it lost during the months after the attack.