Commercial Printing Through 2015: Critical Information for Business Planning
Monday, November 28, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
WhatTheyThink.com today announced the opportunity for industry professionals to attend a free printing industry economic webinar with forecaster and commentator Dr. Joe Webb. The event will be held Wednesday, December 7th, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm EST (-5 GMT).
No-charge registration is available at WhatTheyThink.com by visiting the Webinars tab.
During this one-hour event, Dr. Joe will present the 2012 economic outlook, talk about the role of 2012 elections media and print, and provide an outlook for the U.S. and Canada commercial printing markets through 2015. As always, he will highlight recommended reading for printing executives. Advance questions for the webinar Q&A session can be submitted by visiting WhatTheyThink’s Economics & Research Center and selecting “Ask Dr. Joe.”
“With 2012 right around the corner, this timely discussion will be critical for printing firms as they plan for the new year and beyond,” said Randy Davidson, President, WhatTheyThink, “Our goal is to provide objective, unbiased data and forecasts that will help printing owners and executives build the best possible scenarios for a successful business future.”
“Our industry forecast for the U.S. and Canada through 2015 will reinforce the fact that strategies for printing businesses going forward must be very different than ‘business as usual,’” said Dr. Webb. “I strongly believe that print service providers are well positioned to be the primary go-to source for communications logistics, and that is accomplished by ensuring the proper infrastructure to support the development, distribution and maintenance of content across multiple channels, as well as staying current to be able to rapidly address new channels as they emerge—and they will.”
Specifically, he will discuss:
Dr. Joe Webb is the director of WhatTheyThink.com's Economics and Research Center, where managers, researchers and analysts can find free and premium content about industry trends, including forecasts and more. Dr. Webb is a recognized marketing authority, forecaster and one of the best known speakers in our industry. He also contributes a weekly column at WhatTheyThink.com for Premium Access Members entitled “Mondays with Dr. Joe” as well as a regular writer on PrintCEOblog.com. This is Dr. Joe’s ninth year of association with WhatTheyThink.
Participants will be able to participate in Dr. Joe Webb’s presentation using a standard Internet browser with streaming audio through a PC or Mac.
WhatTheyThink is the printing and publishing industry's leading media organization; offering a wide range of publications delivering unbiased, real-time market intelligence, industry news, economic and trend analysis, peer-to-peer communication, and special reports on emerging technology and critical events. Independent studies rank WhatTheyThink as the one industry website that contains the most interesting articles, according to 58.2% of senior printing executives, and the one website most frequently chosen as the “Must Visit and Read.” WhatTheyThink also hosts webinars and live events as well as providing content through a syndication program, which delivers content directly to related websites. In addition, WhatTheyThink offers a wide range of lead generation and branding programs that help print- and publishing-related businesses achieve business growth.
About Dr. Joe Webb
Dr. Joe Webb is the director of WhatTheyThink's Economics and Research Center, where managers, researchers and analysts can find free and premium content about industry trends, including forecasts and more. Dr. Webb is a 30-year graphic arts veteran, a recognized marketing authority, forecaster and one of the best known speakers in our industry. He is known for his ability to interpret the latest market conditions in the graphic communications industries and translate what they mean for executives and their strategic decisions. Since January 2003, his "Mondays with Dr. Joe" column has been a must-read feature on WhatTheyThink.com.
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