Joe Truncale talks about NAPL's regional road shows
Published on April 6, 2010
Hi, I'm Joe Truncale, President and CEO of NAPL and I'm excited to announce a new initiative for NAPL members starting early this year. And it's the NAPL Roadshows and what we'll be doing is visiting dozens of cities all around the country, bringing our message, our information, our advice, and the knowledge that we've gained directly to you, our members, in all areas of the country.
The idea is very simple: two, two-and-a-half programs, gets you in early, gets you on your way by late morning so you can get on with your busy day. In those sessions we'll be bringing you the latest information: updates, research reports about the state of the economy, the state of our industry. We'll also be sharing with you tools that we've developed that will help you develop your business to its biggest and best future.
There will planning information, information about markets, how to proceed, hiring information, everything you need to start a plan of your own for your business' best future. And these will be coming to you locally, which makes the affordable and accessible for all members, everywhere.
So watch for the announcement coming soon and the NAPL Roadshow coming early this year from NAPL or go to NAPL.org for more information.
To Inkjet Or Not? The thINK Conference helps in the decision process
Published: October 20, 2016
Jen Mitchell, Marketing Director at Harding Poorman, talks about the value of the thINK conference in terms of staying abreast of industry developments and being able to network with peers. The company has not yet invested in inkjet and views the thINK platform as an excellent part of the education and due diligence process.
thINK "Beyond the Box" in Production Inkjet
Published: October 18, 2016
Mark DeBoer, Director of Customer Experience at Darwill and thINK conference chair, talks about the maturation of the conversation about production inkjet "beyond the box." He sees more emphasis on data at the thINK conference, as an example, "stretching our imaginations as to what is possible with data." He also touches on the advances that have taken place in finishing for production inkjet.
Two Sides Survey Reflects High Levels of Consumer Acceptance Relative to Paper Use
Published: October 14, 2016
Phil Riebel, President of Two Sides North America, shares the results of a global survey designed to understand how consumers value paper. 88% of respondents in the U.S. felt it was acceptable to use trees from well managed forests to make lumber for construction or pulp for paper for printing, reflecting that their primary concern is that the industry does things responsibly. Watch the video for more details, including changes in messaging about paper from Starbucks.