Next Week is Print Week
Benjamin Franklin may best be remembered for his experiments with a key and a kite, but printers know Philadelphia's favorite son was also a pioneer of ink on paper. Cal Poly's annual international Printing Week begins on Monday to celebrate his contributions.
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Spiral Binding Acquires 'Formidable Competitor'
Spiral Binding has acquired NSC International, a supplier it previously considered to be among its top competition. more »
Tips for Printing on Uncoated Paper
There's more to printing on uncoated paper than meets the eye. In this video, Larry Westlake of Sandy Alexander provides some useful tips for getting top-quality images. more »
Avanti on the Rise
The new Avanti Slingshot print MIS product is leading the way for the Toronto-based company. In the first quarter of its 2015 fiscal year, Avanti Computer Systems Limited has reported customer growth in the in-plant and commercial print markets. more »
An Epic New Name
When your group's name doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, what should you do? Change it. It took a year, but AMSP/NAPL/NAQP did exactly that this week. more »
New EFI Software Strategy Unveiled at EFI Connect
The big news coming out of the 15th annual EFI Connect Users Conference was the announcement of the EFI Productivity Suite. The new software will encompass all of EFI's MIS, web-to-print, and cross-media solutions.  more »
Changes at the Top for Canon U.S.A.
Canon U.S.A. begins 2015 with several senior executive appointments and promotions. more »
Paper Companies Protest 'Unfair Competition' After Gorging on Black Liquor Subsidies
Four paper companies that received well over $1 million in dubious black-liquor subsidies from the U.S. and Canadian governments are suing to stop "unfair" competition from foreign competitors. more »
2015 Business Development Strategies Road Map White Paper
2015 Business Development Strategies Road Map White Paper   Print service providers can be optimistic about 2015. That's the conclusion of this white paper describing how innovations in printing, cloud, mobile, data analytics, and social networking will fuel new business opportunities. Three key trends drive this optimism coupled with an expected increase in marketing budgets more »

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