Anyone affiliated in the graphic arts industry in the New York/northern New Jersey metropolitan area is aware of, and likely knows or at least has met, Diane Romano. An industry stalwart for nearly 50 years - who often lead and served as the master of ceremonies for various gatherings - Romano officially retired the end of this month.
Colleen Molkenbur, Senior Product Marketing Specialist at Canon USA, discusses the new Canon Océ VarioPrint i300 cutsheet inkjet press that was shown operating at Canon Expo 2015. Held concurrently with the inaugural meeting of Canon Solutions America’s thINK 2015 production inkjet users group in New York, Canon Expo marked the first public showing of the long-awaited Canon Océ VarioPrint i300 printer, which drew large crowds.
Brian Dollard, Director of Marketing at Canon USA, provides an overview of Canon Expo 2015, the once every five years Canon showcase that filled the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York. Canon Expo marked the first public showing of the long-awaited Océ VarioPrint i300 cutsheet inkjet printer, which drew large crowds. Also popular was the new 100 ppm Canon imagePRESS C10000VP series, engineered to run a wide range of media types and weights up to 350 gsm and boasting a monthly duty cycle of up to 1.5 million letter images.
In this special PI XChange installment, thINK 2015 Conference board members Mark DeBoer of Darwill and Bob Radzis of SG360°, reveal highlights, attendee benefits and some key takeaways from the first-ever user meeting organized for and by Canon Solutions America production inkjet users held in New York this week.
To kick off the official launch of the PI Xchange Live video series, RR Donnelley (RRD) President and CEO Thomas J. Quinlan III sat down with Printing Impressions Editorial Director Mark Michelson to discuss RRD's organic growth and M&A strategy, how to best integrate diverse corporate cultures following an acquisition, and his outlook regarding the future and evolution of the printing industry.
NEW YORK—Another celebrity has once again confirmed the adage that any type of publicity is good publicity, even if it casts the person in question as a racist.