The market seems to be looking to 2013 as a year that will be less negative for printing and related trades. All that is needed for you to gain market share is to provide clients information—the correct information!
I have had the pleasure of serving on the board of directors of an organization that I would like everyone to know more about. The Electronic Document Scholarship Foundation provides college scholarships to students interested in entering the graphic arts.
The moment I found myself surrounded by undergrads studying to get degrees in imaging, I wondered, “What’s on their minds?” Beyond simply “getting a job,” what are their hopes and concerns? What is their vision for the future?
We may gain productivity improvements when we adopt new technology, but, to be honest, we now need to start to understand that our true future lies in the technology of people—our workers, the staff we will all hire to manage, operate and develop the latest in technology.
As an Association Professional, I am dealing with business owners and their employees every day. I hear their hopes and fears, triumphs and woes. I am often asked how belonging to the association will bring them more business.
Dscoop grows every year, boasting a sell-out crowd this year of more than 2,000 attendees. One of the things I find unique at this conference is that people are happy, joyous and appear to be having fun in this industry.
The technology exists and is used throughout the media world to integrate nearly any event—including drupa—with print, multimedia, video, interactive sites and more. The one world of Neu drupa can be customized by country, language, need, niche, use, interest, exhibitor, product or service and be offered not only online, but in the same manner as is the HD broadcasts mentioned.