The Printing Industries of America (PIA) headquarters has officially moved into its new building at 301 Brush Creek Road, Warrendale, PA 15086. While staff gets the building up and running, PIA asks its members for their continued patience when contacting the association.
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Printing Industries of America has announced the election of its 2015 officers and board of directors. The installation ceremony took place on Nov. 16, 2014, at the Printing Industries of America Fall Administrative Meetings.
Printing Industries of America's Center for Print Economic & Market Research announced an agreement with Profectus Inc., a national consulting firm that helps printing and packaging organizations improve their business, to offer CostRatesAdvisor.com, Budgeted Hourly Rates Software at a special price for Printing Industries of America members.
AMSP/NAPL/NAQP Chairman Tom Duchene yesterday announced a transition of executive leadership at the combined association. Effective Jan. 12, 2015, J. Kenneth Garner will become association chief executive officer, succeeding Joseph P. Truncale, Ph.D., CAE.
Sixty Senators, U.S. Representatives or their staffs, including nearly one-third of the U.S. Senate, heard the printing industry speak with one clear and loud voice during the 2014 edition of Print's Voice Capitol Hill Fly-In.
Printing Industries of America has announced the unveiling of its Integrated Learning Center, the latest offering of the Integrated Print Center. Designed to make training and development easy and affordable, the Integrated Learning Center provides online workshops on topics that matter most to graphic communication businesses.
Printing Industries of America (PIA) has launched the new printing.org website that offers easier navigation and readability, a modernized look and responsive design and intuitive search results.
Just last year, Print+Promo's State of the Industry report addressed a big overhaul in marketplace realities. Suppliers and distributors alike finally tossed out traditional ink-on-paper models in favor of a service-based approach, creating a path for historic opportunities. Those opportunities, it turns out, came in the form of historic acquisitions.
Printing Industries of America (PIA), Sewickley, Pa., recently attended a White House event to announce major progress on a series of initiatives launched last year to combat "patent trolls" and abusive patent litigation. Michael Makin, president and CEO of PIA, accepted the invitation extended to the association by National Economic Council director Gene Sperling and secretary of commerce Penny Pritzker. Makin was represented at the event by Lisbeth A. Lyons, PIA's vice president of government affairs.