2019 Printing Industry Hall of Fame inductee Bryan Hall has led Graphic Visual Solutions into a $20 million company with 100 workers.
Ken Boone grew up in the direct mail industry and he’s adapted to the changes with his typical keen-eye, competitive approach.
With Web-to-print technologies, a shop never has to close, opening up opportunities for new business growth.
With the promotional products market on the rise, savvy shops can bring in big business across a variety of vertical markets.
Westamerica intentionally seeks out relationships with clients and vertical sectors that are in growth mode.
Sterling Digital Print is a relative newcomer to the graphic arts industry, but its management team boasts decades of experiences.
Push Solutions began in 2012 with $1 million in sales. Fast forward to 2018 and the sales are nearly $9 million.
A reinvestment in technology and great customer service have led Lewisburg Printing to experience 29% growth over the past fiscal year.
Graphic Village experienced 110% growth over the past year, largely due to its slew of acquisitions and strategic business choices.
Digital’s rise as the primary communications tool has had unintended consequences in paper usage. In the world of marketing communications, paper has achieved a certain cachet. The perception among designers and their high-end brand clients is that paper should be used to convey that something special is happening.