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Printing Impressions Forms Partnership with Graphic Communications World To Deliver Greater Value To Readership

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

July 25, 2006 -- Sioux Falls, SD -- Graphic Communications World, one of the longest continually published industry newsletters, today announced a strategic partnership with Printing Impressions, America's most influential and widely-read publication for commercial printers. This partnership will allow industry-specific content from Graphic Communications World’s Financial Review, a quarterly business register of corporate financial results, to be printed in Printing Impressions. In return, a segment of the Graphic Communications World official calendar will be linked to Printing Impressions' Website and updated monthly. “Teaming up with Graphic Communications World will allow us to provide our readership with current information about industry events and corporate financial results. By combining Graphic Communications World’s expertise with our publication, Printing Impressions will be able to deliver an even greater value to our readership,” said Mark Michelson, editor-in-chief of Printing Impressions. Darin Painter, editor of Graphic Communications World, said, “Graphic Communications World’s industry calendar aids in keeping track of the entire printing and graphic arts industry's worldwide events. Graphic Communications World provides it readership a concise yet thorough account of seminars, expos, and conventions. If it's happening, it's in the calendar. We are confident that Graphic Communications World is putting its resources behind the right publication for the commercial printing market. Printing Impressions operates according to the same values as we do and shares the same vision for providing the most essential and relevant industry information to its readership.”

 

 

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