Business Management - Industry Trends
My greatest fear at the beginning of the pandemic was that organizations would use it as an excuse to shut down their in-plants for good. A year later, I’m pleased to see this hasn’t happened on a large scale. Not every in-plant has been so fortunate, however.
virtual.drupa, the first purely digital version of the leading global trade fair for printing technologies, successfully bridged the gap between the previous 2016 and upcoming face-to-face event in 2024.
Your shop’s customer artwork files are among the most valuable assets you have. By extension, your art department is one of your main profit hubs. However, if your processes aren’t as efficient as they could be, you might need to make some adjustments.
Idealliance will be hosting an exclusive live training for industry professionals on Oct. 4-6 at PRINTING United UX. The G7 Live Training will be led by industry expert Ron Ellis, and will feature hands-on training during the in-person learning event.
As we finally begin to poke our collective heads out into an increasingly vaccinated world, it is time for Congress to address the next phase of industry sector relief and recovery. The restart of live events is one such sector that Congress can and should begin to address now.
The PRO Act has been circulating in the US Congress for the past six years, but has recently gained national media attention and newfound legislative momentum in past weeks. Why now? How serious is the legislative impact to the printing industry, and what can print companies do to take action to oppose the bill?
The 2021 State of the Industry report is a comprehensive look at the challenges of the past year and the opportunities available to promotional products businesses as the year progresses.
As we continue to plan for the recovery from the pandemic, we have to recognize that while some changes will disappear others are likely to remain, such as staff working from home. How your in-plant adapts will dictate your success in the next few years.