A Master Salesman
Integrated Graphics noticed Empire Graphics. A glass slipper was offered. And Empire, strengthened by Integrated's financial integrity, is on its way to new levels of prepress and print production success.
Looks like going to the ball worked out well for Empire Graphics—from eight to 200 clients in less than 10 years, and now aligned with a major commercial printing force.
In a recent interview with Printing Impressions, Peter Faucetta Sr., chairman and CEO of Integrated Graphics, reported his firm is looking at companies with at least $10 million to $20 million in revenues, which will complement Integrated's existing network by either increasing capacity or providing additional graphic services. For the New York-based giant, smaller commercial printers poised to fortify Integrated's already established presence in key regions are in demand.
Makes one ponder the limitless opportunities that still exist for the small, but mighty, printer that knows how to grow, sell and strengthen its services. Perhaps the executive reading this article is part of a business that's an undiscovered commodity for Integrated Graphics, the next small success story—perhaps a sleeping beauty.