Glen Taylor is back as CEO of Taylor Corp. after news broke that his niece, Deb Taylor, was stepping down from the role.
Elise Hacking Carr
The decision to target one, three, or five promo product verticals is one that you should make with care and research.
Two years ago, President Trump signed an executive order that was the first effort to promote his “Buy American, Hire American.”
Long before the president of the U.S. vowed to “Make America Great Again,” he didn’t hold back when it came to pro-business stances.
Here is an excerpt from a discussion with InnerWorkings’ CEO on the company’s biggest accomplishments and goals for 2019.
To find out which vertical markets you should be selling into, here’s some advice from three suppliers who know about print sales.
Printing Impressions sister publication Print+Promo takes a close look at the Trump effect on print.
There may not be a better pairing than wine and cheese, but the Last Wine Company, wants consumers to think beyond aged gouda.
It took two years of college and the help of a family friend for Zackary Cavanaugh to find his perfect professional match.
Print + Promo takes a look at industry executives under 40 that have made a career in printing: Phillip R. Meier, The Sourcing Group.
Coca-Cola Great Britain has launched its first-ever ad made out of 100% recyclable packaging.
The Dayton city commission on Wednesday approved a $1 million development agreement with Taylor Communications.
Joining the family print and promotional business was never at the top of Anne Meagher Watson’s list, but that changed in 2007.
Steven Flaughers, owner, Proforma 3rd Degree Marketing, Canton, Ohio, found a home in the industry right after college.
“I love this industry because it is constantly evolving with improvements to technology and products,” says Jason Lambert.