On this episode of The Week that Was, APPI has developed a new antimicrobial flood coating; Quad augmented its Quad 3.0 strategy and divested a book manufacturing facility to the CJK Group; new research highlights trends in influencing profitability; and Bill Farquharson has some simple sales advice.
On this episode of The Week that Was, PRINTING United will move to a powerful online experience in 2020; IWCO Direct CEO John Ashe discusses the direct mail market; Taylor Corporation announces new CEO; and Worzalla completed its $12.5 expansion.
On this episode of The Week that Was, experts discuss PRINTING United Alliance’s COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan; Chris Carpenter of Royle Printing discusses the investment in a ROTOMAN S press; Kodak launched a new inkjet press; and we look at the “The 90% Rule in Prospecting."
In this episode of The Week that Was, Alon Bar-Shany has departed HP Indigo; Verso Corporation will indefinitely idle two paper mills; and Adriane Harrison discusses revisions to the Paycheck Protection Program.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson spoke with Joel Quadracci; Andy Paparozzi explored the reopening of the economy; and PRINTING United 2020 is expected to reunite and revitalize the industry.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Marco Boer discusses how COVID-19 might affect the commercial printing industry; Ricoh's Heather Poulin talks about the benefits of the SGIA and PIA merger; we explore benchmarking; and Philip Beyer tells the story of how a 3 Musketeers Bar led him to entrepreneurship.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson spoke with Quad CEO Joel Quadracci; IWCO Direct named a new CEO; Graphic Village acquired DMS ink; and find out how to become an “Ambassador of the Possible.”
On this episode of The Week that Was, NAPCO Research and the PRINTING United Alliance have launched COVID-19 Print Business Indicators Research; the Phoenix Group named a new CEO; the deputy USPS Postmaster General has submitted his resignation; and Bill Farquharson asks an important question.
On this episode of The Week that Was, SGIA and PIA announce a new association name; Cenveo and Jostens are both closing a printing facility; Raymond J. Prince passed away; and Bradford & Bigelow discusses its expansion and morale-boosting plan.
On this episode of The Week that Was, SGIA and PIA have merged; Domtar is reducing uncoated freesheet paper production; HP Indigo's Alon Bar-Shany joined us on the Impressions Xchange podcast; and Komori has completed its acquisition of MBO.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Peter Schaefer talks about LSC's bankruptcy filing; congressional leaders announce “Stimulus 3.5”; Lisbeth Lyons speaks about the legislative response to COVID-19; and Worzalla announced the winner of its "Name that Press" competition.
On this episode of The Week that Was, LSC Communications filed Chapter 11; Memjet announced the death of CEO Len Lauer; and printers discuss the Paycheck Protection Program.
On this episode of The Week that Was, SGIA’s Marci Kinter explains what an "essential" business is; Heidelberg USA's president Felix Mueller discusses the company's plan to profitability; SBA reveals its Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program; and Bill Farquharson encourages you to make this one sales call soon.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we take a look at the paycheck protection program; Canon announced its new varioPRINT iX-series device; Quad announced strategic actions due to COVID-19; we reveal a COVID-19 Resource Channel; and we highlight just some of the printing companies and OEMs stepping up to provide resources to health care providers in need.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Los Angeles-based Sinclair Printing is winding down operations; SGIA Economist Andy Paparozzi talks about the $2T stimulus package; the SGIA March 2020 Economy Watch is out; and a Minuteman Press location is 3D printing face shields to protect health care providers.