This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about Quad/Graphics being awarded an exclusive agreement to print 100% of Condé Nast's magazine titles; AlphaGraphics being acquired by MBE Worldwide; ICED family of print franchises being sold to Fortusis LLC; Bang Printing, and its holding company, CJK Group, led by CEO Chris Kurtzman, acquiring the assets of Webcrafters; Blackford Capital naming former Trend Offset Printing CEO Aaron Day the new CEO of Dickinson, and its parent company, Printing Consolidation Company (PCC); and the 2017 SGIA Expo opening next week.
Gina Testa, who recently retired from Xerox after 32 years, talks about her new consulting practice, RT Consulting.
Harvey Levenson discusses the landscape of patent trolls and why the printing industry has been targeted.
Deborah Corn, long-time Gold Ink Awards judge, took a break from judging the 2017 competition to talk about this year’s entries.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about RR Donnelley entering into a three-year agreement with Vizient; Konica Minolta and Screen's collaboration in digital commercial printing; Bobst and Radex's launch of Mouvent; NPES's push for pro-growth tax reform in 2017; and PRINT 17 news, along with an exclusive interview with NPES President Thayer Long on PRINT 17. Be sure to visit piworld.com to watch this video, as well as other videos highlighting what's in store for PRINT 17.
There are only seven days left to enter the 2017 Gold Ink Awards. So what are you waiting for? Show us your best work and you just might win!
This nautical-themed Gold Ink Awards entry was submitted into the Digital Printing, Specialty category by Hatteras in Tinton Falls, N.J
The LIFEWTR brand launched nationwide this month, making its presence known with a Super Bowl commercial.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Xerox (rings bell at the NYSE and launches Brother Dominic commercial and the separation of Conduent). Other news came from Platinum Equity (the acquisition of Cox Target Media's Valpak direct mail operation); RR Donnelley (leveraged and integrated the HITRUST Common Security Framework program); Cenveo (back in full compliance under the NYSE’s minimum market capitalization standard); and Printing Impressions (the top 5 most read stories published online by PI).
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Kodak and the process of selling its commercial inkjet business, Prosper; Manroland Sheetfed and the appointment of Sean Springett as the new CEO; InnerWorkings and its partnership with a major nonprofit organization, as well as an expansion of its ongoing relationship with healthcare services provider McKesson Corporation; LSC Communications and its Roanoke, Va., facility's recent certification; the Printing Impressions 2017 technology/solutions survey; and The 2016 Printing Impressions Top 400.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from DigiWrap and its founders' appearance on the popular "Shark Tank" television series; FLM Graphics and its appearance in the fourth quarter of the Sunday Night Football game; and Cimpress' acquisition of National Pen Co. Printing Impressions also caught up with Frank Romano, world-renowned printing expert and Rochester Institute of Technology professor emeritus, to learn more about his involvement in The Museum of Printing located in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Quad/Graphics (BlueSoHo Delivers Augmented Reality for Allure Magazine and Quad/Graphics Expands Custom 1:1 Direct Marketing Capabilities); OneTouchPoint and PrintManagement; Printing Industries of America (2016 Lewis Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and Ben Franklin Honor Society Inductees). Also be sure to read Printing Impressions Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson's one-on-one interview with Jeff Jacobson, CEO of Xerox Corp.
Julie Greenbaum talks to the John Roberts Co. about its winning piece, which won a Gold in the 2016 Gold Ink Awards.
Printing Impressions’ Ashley Roberts and Annie Dimock, take a look at direct mail pieces inspired by upcoming holidays.