The USPS has brought back promotions for 2019. Do you have a planned strategy to not only save money on postage, but really stand out?
A report released last week by a presidential task force claims that U.S. Postal Service employees are paid better than workers at FedEx and UPS. The Dead Tree Edition takes a look at these claims and how it would affect the USPS.
William L. Boesch, Jr. has been named the acting CFO of the Government Publishing Office. In this role, Boesch will administer and guide policy and oversight of the agency’s financial strategies and administrative support systems, personnel and operations.
The rules for success in selling print, including the skill sets for printing sales people, have changed.Printers are redefining what it takes to deliver strong sales results in today’s competitive environment.
When incoming package volume ballooned on the Vanderbilt University campus, Mail Services implemented an automated package-handling system that reduced long lines and brought a host of other benefits.
Overseen by Two Sides North America, the Keep Me Posted North America campaign will focus on educating and challenging corporations that are removing consumer choice and charging fees for paper.
What makes PRINTING United different, according to Mackenzi Farsheed, Director of Demand Generation and Marketing for MindFire Inc., is that it will represent “a united front where all printers can come together in the common goal of learning to build their businesses” with the help of MindFire solutions.
The most well-read story in November was our list of the 19 largest government in-plants. But there were other articles that garnered a lot of attention as well. Here were the top five most popular IPG articles last month.
A lot has changed since last year on our lists of the largest higher-ed in-plants. On our ranking by employees, the same 10 in-plants top the list, but in a new order. On our ranking by annual sales, however, the changes were more drastic.
Although the business of higher education continues to be revolutionized by digital technology, print and mail are still very much a part of day-to-day operations. Who should be responsible for producing this print collateral, an in-plant or an outside firm?
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst report they have developed a method for making a charge-storing system that is easily integrated into clothing for “embroidering a charge-storing pattern onto any garment.”
Mary Ann Geers, GPA's SVP for Marketing and Corporate Strategy, reveals that the company intends to “ramp up" its presence at PRINTING United next year as a leading supplier of substrates for graphic and packaging applications in all printing processes.
After exhibiting at the SGIA Expo for 45 years, Rollem International will continue to exhibit next year at PRINTING United in Dallas, Oct. 23-25, 2019. Rollem’s evolving product strategy coincides with PRINTING United’s theme of convergence – the opportunities that print service providers now have to branch beyond their core businesses into new and profitable print markets.
Variables are the enemy of consistent, predictable and repeatable color.
As we prepare to unveil our annual ranking of the largest in-plants in the December issue, we've decided to reveal some of the data a little early. Here are the 19 largest government in-plants, ranked by employees and then by sales.
Omnichannel requires more data, more integration and more investment than multichannel marketing alone — but the results will be well worth it.
For in-plants, competitive pricing is essential because outsourcing companies will claim your prices are too high when they pitch your management on their services. Fortunately, writes Consultant Howie Fenton, there is a way to make pricing almost irrelevant and still keep customers happy.