In 2016, Wright Printing set out to change the print community’s perception of pocket folders into “a sensory, human experience”.
Wallace Graphics’ willingness to expand into different markets has earned it a spot on this year’s Top Innovators list.
“This is your opportunity to get smart,” conference co-chair Marco Boer told attendees at the annual Digital Packaging Summit.
Summit Direct Mail’s highly sophisticated blend of digital and conventional technologies landed it on this year’s list of innovators.
Over the past two years, ProList has advanced from its roots in data and mail to providing a variety of services.
Sepire is its own apt response to the question posed by Steve Mahr: “Who in their right mind opens a printing company from scratch?”
At its seven production facilities, Moore DM Group is innovating its way toward enhanced production control.
Mercury Print Productions defines itself as “a technology provider that offers print as an output.”
Look no further than Kingery Printing for proof that innovation is alive and well in conventional offset environments.
By itself, an equipment list doesn’t prove that the possessor is innovative. But for Direct Edge Media, it’s a good place to start.
Innovation starts with an attitude: a determination not just to adapt to change, but to thrive on it.
A person who gets his or her hands on a printed sample from Classic Color may have a tough time getting those hands off the sample.
After adding UV inkjet technology, Chromagraphics eliminated many of the limitations it once faced as a small printer.
AccuLink CEO Tom O’Brien says that consistently excellent performance has been the touchstone for what he defines as innovation.
No other trade show has ever spread as large a tent for all the wonderful things that graphic communications technology is capable of.