The "Print is not Dead" campaign, makes printers sound like a bunch of old folks who are on their death beds, but want to convince themselves that they still have a pulse.
A drama played out in the public eye a few weeks ago we could all learn something from.
So what happens when you loose a key employee for 4 to 6 weeks?
If you are going to have a conference about software and automation in the printing industry, having it in Las Vegas is a great way to get people to come and act interested.
This blog is supposed to be reserved for printing & technology related subjects,but it's a little bit of a grab bag today.
It's great for those quantities of Full Color pieces between 1 and 500
Frustration vs. the Promise of Technology
When we can do something in a lot less time with less of a chance for mistakes, it ends up costing the customer less.
We need to help our customers understand what they can do to think differently about printing and save some money.
Did somebody ever hand you a Business Card that really got your attention? Not because of how nice, thick and rich it felt, but because of the lack of a good feeling?