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eBook: Seizing Business Opportunities with Large Format Printing

According to IT Strategies, the large format digital printing market is growing annually between 3% and 6%. This means more business opportunities emerge every year for printing companies looking to add easy-to-use, high-performance large format printing services.

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Hiring and Compensating Sales Personnel: Strategies for Success

The hiring process is more important today than it has ever been in the past. Establishing a successful organization involves developing a great sales team and retaining those employees. Print Service Providers can set their businesses up for success by hiring the right sales personnel and fostering employee loyalty with a more sophisticated compensation model.


Looking for Leaders: Planning for Talent Development (Premium Content)

You probably have a sales plan, a profit plan, and a capital and cash management plan. But what about a talent development plan? Do you know how to grow your human assets, improve the culture, and develop both current and future leaders? In this article, Wayne Lynn explores the need to develop your company’s next leaders.


A Cloud-Based Software Mindset (Premium Content)

We live in a connected world. The artifacts (documents, spreadsheets, etc.) we create for business should be stored centrally with controlled access in the cloud. Isolated artifacts on employees’ computers slow projects down and make research into past projects nearly impossible.


What Are the Ethics Behind Direct Mail Trickery?

If you want to grab immediate attention with direct mail, make the mailer look like something other than a traditional letter. Mailers often use envelopes designed to look like USPS Priority Mail, Air Mail, or UPS or FedEx packages. But do some efforts cross the line?


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Paper Bag and Coated and Treated Paper Manufacturing Establishments—2016

Paper Bag and Coated and Treated Paper Manufacturing Establishments—2016
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In 2016, there were 730 establishments in NAICS 32222 (Paper Bag and Coated and Treated Paper Manufacturing). Nearly four out of 10 (39%) have 50 or more employees, and 59% have 20 or more employees. More info

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