A new IPG video shows highlights from the recent Association of College and University Printers conference at Lake Tahoe, which brought 90 higher-ed in-plant managers together for three days of networking and education.
The recent In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference was filled with informative sessions for in-plant managers. One of them featured a panel of leaders from Orange County Public Schools, Alfred State College and the University of Delaware who offered ideas to help in-plants succeed.
The recent IPMA conference was full of educational sessions, lively debates and two back-to-back Best of Show In-Print winners, but there was a common theme that ran throughout the conference: the threat of outsourcing and how to avoid it.
At the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference, the In-Print Best of Show winners were revealed at last. IPG Editor Bob Neubauer congratulated them after the awards ceremony.
The 2018 In-plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) conference concluded June 13 with a riveting debate about outsourcing, possibly the most important — and frightening — issue in the in-plant world.
On Monday night, in-plants around the country will be honored during the IPMA conference. More than 80 awards will be presented to in-plants that have exhibited excellence in printing and management practices.
It’s not often that an in-plant gets to celebrate a century of service, but on June 1 in Urbana, Ill., festivities were underway.
The pace of change is accelerating, and attendees of the recent Association of College and University Printers conference learned how to shift their thinking to better prepare their in-plants for the future.
This weekend, in-plant managers from all over the country head to California for the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference. Nearly 50 of the registrants are first-timers. One of the most anticipated sessions will be a debate on the merits of outsourcing versus in-house printing.
Even if you have no plans to implement a certain technology, Ken Macro, of Cal Poly State University, told ACUP attendees that it's still important to find out about it by engaging in "lifelong learning."