The Business of Print

Mike Philie leverages his 28 years of direct industry experience in sales, sales management and executive leadership to share what’s working for companies today and how to safely transform your business. Since 2007, he has been providing consulting services to privately held printing and mailing companies across North America.

With the changes in technology, market conditions and client expectations, business leaders can no longer wait and hope things will improve on their own. Business transformation is no longer a once-in-a-lifetime event. Rather, it has become an ongoing reality.

Changing the trajectory of a business is difficult to do while simultaneously operating your core competencies. Mike provides strategy and insight to owners and CEOs in the Graphic Communications Industry by providing direct and realistic assessments, not being afraid to voice the unpopular opinion and helping leaders navigate change through a common sense and practical approach.

His no-nonsense presentations offer tools for organizational change, performance management and strategic sales growth through both organic sales and acquisitions.

Do great people lead to high performing companies or do high performing companies attract great people?

When you’ve hit a ceiling working on a strategic or sales plan, don’t panic. Objectively assess where you are in the process.

Take a look at your to-do list. Pick three things on your action item list that you think will make an impact on your customers.

Does your organization struggle with accomplishing tasks? Here are some of the issues I’m seeing as I work with client teams.

If continued business growth is important, your company needs a way to make the phone ring by aligning business development plans.

Printers talk about their ability to offer quality services. Few take it beyond those words in the marketplace.

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