Steve Johnson, president and CEO of Copresco, has joined Quick Printing magazine as a featured columnist. His “Johnson’s World” column provides firsthand observations and thoughtful commentary about the state of today’s graphic communications industry.
“We are delighted to welcome Steve Johnson to Quick Printing’s roster of contributing columnists. His insights and wry commentary will bring a fresh perspective to our readers, many of whom are already familiar with his work. Steve continues Quick Printing’s long tradition of being the only industry publication that is written by printers for printers. We look forward to offering his Johnson’s World column for many years to come,” says Editor Karen Lowery Hall.
An executive with more than 34 years of experience in the graphic communications field, Johnson has extensive skills in business management, marketing and sales. He co-founded Copresco, a pioneer in digital printing technology and printing on-demand, in 1987.
Johnson is a founding member of the Digital Printing Council of the Printing Industries of America, served as a director of the Printing Industry of Illinois/Indiana Association and is a senior member of the Society for Technical Communication.
He has been active as an author, consultant and speaker on a variety of business and technological topics for the graphic and technical communications industries and served as a columnist for American Printer magazine for seven years. He has won numerous awards for publications excellence, marketing communications, newsletter editing and website creation and development.
He currently serves on the College of DuPage, Illinois, graphic arts technology advisory committee, and the graphic advisory council of the Technology Center of DuPage.
Quick Printing is the only business resource serving the quick and small commercial printing niche in North America. The magazine is an authoritative source written by printers for printers and provides expert coverage of business and profit critical issues.
Copresco specializes in digital on-demand printing of publications, books and manuals for clients in the general business, printing trade, technical and institutional fields. The company is headquartered in Carol Stream, Illinois.