Commercial printing sales will grow 1.5% to 3% in 2024, with the odds of finishing below that range greater than finishing above it.
Andrew D. Paparozzi
The slowdown has started. PRINTING United Alliance released its State of the Industry research report, and here is what to expect.
Tough economic times create opportunity for commercial printers to capture market share, talent, and assets competitors relinquish.
The survey confirms the crisis is worse, with reported declines in the availability of coated and uncoated paper, vinyl, and plastics.
The supply chain crisis has affected the printing industry as deeply as any recession. How are printing companies responding?
Despite COVID, recent data shows companies continue to develop strategies for growth, typified by a variety of approaches and new tech.
Sales and confidence are on the rise for the printing industry, according to the second quarter 2021 Print Business Indicators Survey.
Confidence and quote activity have turned sharply higher, according to the first-quarter 2021 Print Business Indicators Survey.
The COVID crisis has changed business. But which of the changes are permanent? Answering correctly is essential to the recovery ahead.
It appears the numbers we’re seeing for the commercial printing industry and the American economy will be revised. An upturn is coming.
Expect the printing industry to grow in 2021, boosted by a sharp upturn in the American economy.
Printing industry business indicators are showing improvement, according to a recent NAPCO Research/PRINTING United Alliance survey.
The economic lockdown is easing. Businesses are reopening. This is what can be expected when the economy begins its recovery.
Andy Paparozzi, Chief Economist for PRINTING United Alliance, answers questions about the economic impact of COVID-19 on printing.
This page features updates as it pertains to COVID-19 and the Economy. Topics covered include: how the virus is affecting the economy; how Washington and the Federal Reserve are responding; what’s working (and what isn’t); what is likely next and how printing companies can protect themselves from the crisis and prepare for the upturn that…