Nearly three years have passed since the Print Services & Distribution Association (PSDA) joined forces with management firm SmithBucklin and relocated its headquarters from Alexandria, Va., to Chicago. Now the PSDA is making bold moves once again.
When Kim Dwyer was hired at Dayton, Ohio-based International Business Solutions Alliance, she was asked if she was prepared to handle "different personalities."
Many leaders and executives at today's print companies started their careers in the industry decades ago. They know the history of the industry and provide experience that helps businesses stay successful and even thrive during some of the worst economic times.
Elgin, Illinois-based Continental Datalabel (CDL) has expanded its line of oversized wafer seals to include 28 new products, including the 1½" seals mandated by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to tab booklets. The expanded line also includes labels in various sizes in rolls of various sizes to meet the needs of customers, both large and small.
Headquartered in Elgin, Ill., Continental Datalabel president Tim Flynn's fascination with the printing industry started, interestingly enough, while students were taking a spin on the dance floor.
Headquartered in Elgin, Ill., Continental Datalabel is attracting much attention in the promotional marketing industry with its new magnet sheets. Sold under the Compulabel brand, the 8.5x11” magnet sheets are ideal for creating business cards and other promotional items.
A little change never hurt anyone. With that in mind, this year’s big show promises a change of pace, a change of scenery and a change in demand. The newly revamped PSDA (formerly DMIA) will host its annual Print Solutions Conference and Exposition on Oct. 23-25 at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore. This year’s featured general session keynote speaker will be Charlie Pesko, founder and president of InfoTrends, a leading market research and consulting firm in the digital imaging and document solutions industries. Technological advances and refined marketing strategies are just some of the issues gaining momentum in a slowing economy. To encourage print