Sitting idly has never been in the plans for Chuck Werninger, senior manager of Administrative Servi
The recent In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference broke from tradition in a couple of ways.
Established in 1930 as a small general store, Hy-Vee is now an employee-owned chain of supermarkets, drugstores and gas stations.
To become a market leader, in-plants must adjust their pricing strategies, insisted Howie Fenton at a recent IPMA conference.
The In-plant Printing and Mailing Association’s conference in Colorado was a high point for managers, and IPG was there to cover it.
The future of an in-plant rests on its perceived value. So when an investment is made to move the printing, binding and mailing equipment of an in-plant to a new location, it’s safe to assume that the in-plant is doing something right.
Last fall, enrollment at University of Alabama exceeded 37,000 students — up nearly 70% from the 2005 enrollment of about 22,000.