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What’s “Conventional” about “Traditional” Offset?

In an article about marketing ROI for a recent issue of one of the graphic arts trade publications,

 

For Effective Marketing, Think "Pull" as Well as "Push"

One significant marketing trend in recent years has been the growing use of "

 

Virtual Press Clips: Print Firms in the News

In his shop at 48 Market Street in Philadelphia,

 

Pinpointing “the Five Most Common Flaws of Business Plans”

John Mullins,

 

NYU "Prism" Awardees Discuss the Present and Future of Graphic Communications

As posted last week,

 

Link List for June 30th

Too Big to Mail The U.

 

GC Scholarship Foundation Honorees Speak About Educational Goals and Objectives

Last week,

 

GPO Updating Business Systems: Glitches May Affect Customers, Vendors

WhatTheyThink had heard that some printers who produce work for the GPO were not being paid in a timely fashion,

 

B2B Marketing Budgets Expected to be Up in 2010

About half (

 

U.S. Government Objects to Quebecor World Restructuring

The U.

 

Virtual Press Clips: Print Firms in the News

Gordon Pritchard has put together a great compilation called “Printing and the Movies” at his excellent blog,

 

Accepting NYU’s Prism Award, Vyomesh Joshi Predicts “Tremendous Opportunity” for Inkjet Production Printing

With the encouragement to students that “if I can do it,

 

Graphics Scholarships Are Presented to 25 Young Aspirants in NYC

Twenty-

 

Sorry, Paul Simon, no more KODACHROME

Kodak is retiring KODACHROME Color Film,

 

Debt-Burdened Printers Make List of 10 Most Bankruptcy-Prone Industries

The good news,

 

KBA and Manroland Voice Concern over Heidelberg Bailout

With Heidelberg set to receive 865 million Euros in government loan assistance,

 

Card Companies Restrict the Proffering of Plastic; 7 of 10 Small-Biz Owners Look for Growth in 2009

If you use credit cards to help cover the everyday expenses of running your small business,

 

What Does Print 09 Hold in Store for Smaller Shops? "Media Days" Offers Part of the Answer

CHICAGO –

 

It All Comes Down to What Works Best

Several recent posts and comments here at Print CEO have discussed various aspects of the "

 

Ad Ratings for Magazines

Mediamark Research &

 

Entries Are Still Being Accepted for IAPHC’s 2009 International Gallery of Excellence Competition

There’s still time for printers to enter one of the industry’s longest-

 

PIAG Takes To YouTube To Promote 2009 SkillsUSA Georgia Competition

This nicely done photomontage captures scenes from the 2009 SkillsUSA Georgia training and competition in graphic communications and advertising design,

 

With Heidelberg’s Help, Ferris State University Student Will Carry Flag for U.S. in WorldSkills Printing Competition

Let’s all root for Amela Mujkic,

 

Small-Business Groups Find Little Common Ground on Healthcare Reform

Small and medium printing businesses confronting the rising costs of employee health insurance may be able to relate to these stories of other small firms facing the same uphill struggle.

 

California's Digital Textbooks Initiative

On June 8th California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger launched a digital textbooks initiative.

 

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