HOT MARKETS FOR 2006 — NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS
State government ($1.1 billion to print, +0 percent) will continue reverse auctions and other techniques that violate statutes. Protest and prevail over these mendacious compromises of mandamus. Look it up first.
The foregoing 25 hottest marketplaces should exceed 63 percent of U.S. GDP and 93 percent of total printing revenues. Where’s energy? With $2.7 billion to print, -20 percent, it is Number 26, followed by Number 27-ranked business/professional services ($2.3 billion to print, +2 percent) and Number 28 aerospace/defense ($2 billion to print, +0 percent).
Managements should rank the relative presence of each demand sector within the geography of their plants and sales offices. This will be a guide for the proportional allocation of resources, and a more reliable enterprise forecast. Good marketing and better sales!
“Hot Markets” for 2006 is available as a 176-page document with graphs and exhibits. E-mail email@example.com, or call (866) 546-2005.
About the Author
Vincent Mallardi, C.M.C., is a well-known printing forecaster and presenter at major industry meetings. He has also been the author of “Hot Markets” for the past 26 years.
Vincent Mallardi, C.M.C., is a the chairman of the Printing Brokerage/Buyers Association International (PBBA) and is a Certified Management Consultant in the paper, printing and converting industries. He is also an adjunct professor in economics. Contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org