Integrated Print & Graphics

Keep Hangin’ On
September 1, 2010

There's no 
escaping the constant debate about the lifespan of continuous forms. At one time, this product dominated print industry sales. However, there has been a noticeable decline in demand over the years. Companies are swayed by the charms of technology and as more advancements in this area are made, the number of businesses migrating to an electronic format will continue to grow.

Springtime in Baltimore
April 1, 2010

It's not just famous for its inner harbor and crab cakes. It's not just the backdrop of HBO's now defunct The Wire. Many know it as "Charm City," but for the printing industry it's the site of PSDA's annual Print Solutions Conference and Expo from May 24 to 26 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

Make Sales Entertaining
April 1, 2005

Distributors can increase sales of printed products by mixing business with pleasure. Regardless of the economy, the weather or world affairs, people love to be entertained. From sporting events to music and theater, there would be no audience without printed products. Distributors who aren't pursuing this often-overlooked niche are doing themselves a disfavor, say manufacturers. In addition to big-name national events, there are literally hundreds of entertainment-related activities happening in every community. Some are annual events, such as arts festivals, county fairs, 10K runs, or home and garden shows. Others may be one-shot events to celebrate a town or company anniversary or team championship.