In this edition of The Week that Was, the Xerox, Fuji deal may officially be over; a bipartisan group of Senators has introduced a bill, called the PRINT Act; we spoke with Cheryl Kahanec, Quantum Group's new CEO; and Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson interviewed 30-year ad agency veteran, Tedd Aurelius, newly appointed VP of sales at IWCO Direct.
This week, LSC Communications announced two major deals; Platinum Equity announced that it would acquire Pitney Bowes Global Production Mail Business; and we tested the scannable catalog from Quadratec.
Quadratec, company that sells parts for Jeeps, launched a scannable catalog using image recognition to make every page interactive and shoppable.
LSC Communications will acquire RRD’s Print Logistics component and Trend Offset will acquire LSC’s retail offset printing facilities.
A panel of production inkjet owners spoke with PI Editor Mark Michelson about the decision process to invest in the technology.
This week we cover the latest developments in the printing industry.
During the 2018 Inkjet Summit, Elizabeth Gooding hosted a session exploring the trends in transaction printing.
Inkjet Summit attendees were given an in-depth look at production inkjet adoption rates and heard firsthand adoption experiences.
In this edition of The Week that Was, we cover new tariffs affecting the printing industry and multiple acquisitions.
Mark Subers recently sat down with Deborah Corn for an episode of Podcasts from the Printerverse to talk about PRINT United.
Inkish presents footage from Argos Inspiration Days 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.
One of the most important tasks a brand has is to maintain a positive perception among consumers.
Structural Graphics recently produced a unique print advertisement for the 2018 Toyota Camry … a print ad that hits most senses. It features a pop-up design, new car smell, a light-up dashboard and a pulse monitor with sound. Advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi, whose client is Toyota, worked with Structural Graphics.
At the beginning of February, designers gathered in New York City for the Epson Digital Couture event, which showcased fashion printed using Epson technology. We spoke with Steven Moreno, co-founder of MY Prints LA, who worked with one of the designers to create a beautiful dress made of velvet.
As part of the Paper & Packaging Board's campaign "Paper & Packaging – How Life Unfolds," two new animated characters have been revealed. The characters will be featured in print and television advertisements, as well as digital advertisements on various platforms.