Come early 2019, Quad/Graphics Inc., already renowned as a leading marketing solutions provider, will add to its clout through the addition of Periscope, with theSussex, Wisconsin-headquartered business having acquired the Minneapolis-based independent creative agency for $132.5 million last week...
Predictions, speculations and forecasts were the hot topics of the year. With the United States’ success at the summer Olympics, a pivotal presidential election and Hurricane Sandy’s disastrous effects, the United States had its fair share of ground-breaking headlines.
The Flesh Company has announced a new contest running between Feb. 6 and March 30, 2012 where distributors can be entered to win a new Ipad. During the two-month contest, any quote with a value more than $1,500 will be entered in the contest. The winner will be drawn at the close of the contest and notified the following week.
Every New Year's Eve, people scramble to think of their last-minute resolutions. As January kicks into high gear, unoccupied treadmills become scarce, cigarettes are flushed down the toilet and junk food remains on the supermarket shelves. Unfortunately, bad habits die hard.
Plastics may not sound great. Especially since they are described as cold, shiny and hard. But, when it comes to gift cards, identification cards and the like, that's a good thing. Here, several companies display their newest plastic cards and explain their features.
When it comes to integrated products, it’s not so much about the product itself, but the product’s features. Manufacturers are getting even more creative and coming up with new applications for their customers that make production more efficient, cost-effective and sometimes, even better for the environment.
When was the last time someone offered you a sure bet on stock options? Wall Street has been a little tricky to figure out lately, but Dayton, Ohio-based Wilmer has a great idea for increasing sales and profits utilizing its stock, pre-positioned integrated card and label solutions. Integrated products incorporate a card or label directly onto the carrier portion of the document, allowing multiple functions from one form while eliminating multiple manufacturing processes, such as adhering piggyback labels and gluing cards to the document. In addition, the stock, pre-positioned integrated products save time and money by consolidating inventory, streamlining processes and saving space, as
Ward/Kraft, Ft. Scott, Kan., has launched a new stock and imprinted membership card program with new pricing and delivery benefits. With this new program, distributors no longer have to meet long-run minimums. Ward/Kraft’s revised RealCard program is designed to help distributors further penetrate the desktop-printed integrated product market. It features low minimum quantities and fast turnaround on blank or imprinted plastic membership card options distributors need to meet desktop user’s needs, while realizing significant profit margins. Minimum quantities for the new program range from 250 inkjet and 1000 laser compatible plastic membership cards. The program includes fast shipping of stock and imprinted 8