As the use of digital forms of media grows, one area of students’ academic development still relies heavily on printed materials.
How do you practice lifelong learning while running a business and having a family? It’s not easy, but you need to do it.
I get to visit a lot of bindery operations and there is one “common” denominator that arises in conversation.
In a small business, at the beginning stage of documenting processes, the person wearing the hat of process manager, at first, should be the owner. The owner needs to lead the charge in documenting how the business will operate and look and implementing a production management checklist can be crucial in keeping things running smoothly.
What a dazzling showcase the 2017 SGIA Expo was.
So, why did I title this small piece “bragging rights?” Well, when we (IBIS) attended the awards dinner on Wednesday at our first Inkjet Summit, it turned out that we had been nominated for the best case study in the publishing segment. We didn’t WIN, mind you, but we got a nomination, in company with some of the biggest industry vendors. It was a great way to end our first Inkjet Summit.
Dscoop is part tradeshow and part education event, with an agenda that included A-List keynotes and mentalist Lior Suchard as emcee. The sessions were the expected array of customer success stories, successful selling solutions and product reviews, but there were also a variety of sessions covering finishing, packaging and 3D printing.
Last week I went to Boca Raton, Fla., for the 2016 thINK Conference. The sessions that I attended were well done and thought provoking.