A new survey into the preferences of consumers for printed versus digital communications has been published by Two Sides, the global organization created to promote the responsible production, use and sustainability of print and paper.
PPAI and Promo Marketing Media Group have recently announced they will join forces in 2016, working together on combined Leadership Conference/Power Meeting events. The two organizations will partner on marketing, sales and planning for the events. Each organization has extensive experience hosting successful events in the industry, and with their combined resources, the two upcoming shared events are sure to be without equal.
In the best-supported joint annual industry Capitol Hill Fly-In to date, cohosts NPES and Printing Industries of America, together with key sponsor associations, brought over 50 leading printing industry executives to Washington for Print's Voice 15, where they addressed top graphic communications industry business concerns directly with their elected representatives in Congress and the Executive Branch.
GPA, Chicago, recently introduced the first video in a series of technical product overviews. The premier video features Greg Kestler, GPA's director of technical products, who reviews the advantages and profitable uses for Styrene in a short, user-friendly manner that makes it relatable for individuals from all levels of the graphic arts and printing industries.
Navitor, North Mankato, Minn., recently announced the addition of new products to its online spot printed products offering: business envelopes, mailing envelopes and short-run Post-it Notes. These products join the spot color letterhead, stationery envelopes and business cards that are already available through Navitor.com.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has approved Mankato, Minnesota-based Taylor Corp.'s purchase of Standard Register Co., Dayton, Ohio, and its assets. According to the Dayton Daily News, the sale still needs approval from Standard Register's outstanding creditors, which is the final approval needed to make the sale official. However, since Taylor Corp.'s bid is $2 million higher than the only other bid for the company, which the creditors committee also approved, it is plausible to assume that they will accept this bid as well.