As things currently stand, Former Vice President Joe Biden has secured enough electoral votes to become the President. Although President Trump has yet to concede the election, it may be time to start considering how the new administration’s policy changes can affect both business and the industry as a whole.
Looking to define new key print buyer expectations, NAPCO Research surveyed over 200 print buyers or influencers, which revealed essential insights on what print buyers and influencers expect from providers, ways to enhance the buyer experience, and strategies for outreach and engagement.
This is the third in a series of COVID-19 Print Business Indicators Research reports tracks key indicators across a cross section of printing companies, including commercial printers, graphic and sign producers, apparel decorators, functional printers, and package printers/converters.
The first half of 2020 has been burdened by one of the most brutal economic environments printing operations have likely ever experienced. Although a rise in COVID-19 cases will certainly set our economy back, it does not discount the clear steps toward recovery that the country has seen over the past few months.
Expect the printing industry to grow in 2021, boosted by a sharp upturn in the American economy. We can be sure, however, that the upcoming recovery will be selective, giving some companies a lift, while shutting others out.
To save time and money for its members, PRINTING United Alliance professionals created a COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan designed to meet local government’s requirements. Here are some key elements included within the plan.