Cards

4over Releases New Raised Foil on Suede for Business Cards
April 18, 2017 at 7:24 pm

4over, Glendale, Calif., recently announced a new product offering: Raised Foil on Suede. The latest addition to the Majestic Products line allows customers to experience another unique mode of tactile marketing by transforming standard business materials into velvety smooth, vibrant takeaways...

Bristol ID Technologies Launches New Brand Identity
January 10, 2017 at 7:56 pm

Bristol ID Technologies, Lima, N.Y., has officially launched its new brand identity. Highlights include: refreshed graphics, a targeted message platform and an enhanced online experience. “We love the journey with our customers and value each relationship,” said Diane Morsch...

Signature Card Hires Vice President of Sales and Marketing
March 29, 2016 at 7:16 pm

Signature Card, Richardson, Texas, has hired Cliff Brunson as vice president of sales and marketing. Brunson comes to the firm with an extensive background in sales and management in the plastics, paper products, packaging and printing industries...

A Full Deck
October 13, 2015 at 3:13 pm

Plastic gift cards continue to play the lead role in the holiday shopping experience of today’s consumers. According to the eighth annual CEB TowerGroup Report, gift cards surpassed $124 billion in sales in 2014, a five percent increase over 2013. Add hotel key cards, promotional and customer loyalty keytags, and ID cards to the mix, and the market becomes even more massive, which leads to the burning question: Why aren’t you selling plastic...

The Hot List
January 1, 2012

If you are reading this, it means that 2012 did not yet bring the apocalypse and that you are sitting comfortably, albeit begrudgingly, at your desk beginning your 2012 goals. More importantly, it means that you received and are currently devouring the most recent issue of Print Professional.

Get
 Carded
October 1, 2011

The cold, hard truth about plastic cards is they are a growing market that is here to stay. With less cash on hand or in the bank, plastic cards show up in the form of credit cards, debit cards and gift cards every day.