“The Top Small Printshops in North America” to be held June 23
Each year, Printing News invites small commercial print business* owners to participate in our Top 100 Printshops Survey, and respondents are then ranked according to their 2019 revenues. In 2020, the shops included on our Top 100 list accounted for nearly half a billion dollars in revenue. For the top-ranked businesses, what was the secret to their success in the year of COVID?
On June 23 at 1 pm EST, WhatTheyThink’s latest installment of its monthly LunchNLearn webinar series will look at this year’s Top Printshops. In this 30-minute session, WhatTheyThink Managing Editor Richard Romano will share the results of the annual Top Shops survey, talk about some of the challenges these businesses faced in 2020 (aside from the obvious), and how they are looking to rebound in 2021.
Romano will also be joined by Keith Miller, President and CEO of Strategic Factory, this year’s #1 small print business, who will talk about the factors that helped them deal with the challenges 2020 wrought, as well as new and continuing initiatives the company is pursuing through 2021 and beyond.
Register for this session
What you’ll learn:
- Who the top small print businesses in North America are.
- The top challenges small printshop businesses were facing (before the current crisis).
- What top small printers see as the biggest business opportunities.
- How this year’s #1 small commercial printer won the top spot.
“The Top Small Printshops in North America” is the latest installment in WhatTheyThink’s monthly half-hour LunchNLearn webinar series. For more information about WhatTheyThink webinars, please visithttp://whattheythink.com/webinars/.
*The upper limit for participation in the Top Printshops survey is $25 million in annual revenues.
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