TrendWatch Forecast 2002 Identifies Key Changes, Consolidation for Industry
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, NY (October 3, 2001) — The third annual TrendWatch Graphic Arts Forecast 2002 was released today. The report cites changing print industry dynamics, marked by further consolidation.
TrendWatch founders Dr. Joe Webb and Jim Whittington, presented Forecast 2002 at an executive briefing event held September 8th during Print 01 in Chicago.
The Forecast 2002 report contains more than 140 pages of detailed industry trends, demographic information and expert analysis, including consideration of the impact on the graphic arts industry from the tragic events of September 11.
"The Forecast 2002 report cites, the long term factor changing the nature of the printing industry is work lost to the Web and to desktop printing which will not likely return. This has been exacerbated by the downturn in the general economy," said TrendWatch Graphic Arts Director Vince Naselli.
But printers take heart. Forecast 2002 also identifies many opportunities for printers to consider to help them weather the storm.
Availability of Report
Forecast 2002 is available for purchase by visiting the secure TrendWatch Graphic Arts eStore online at www.TrendWatchGraphicArts.com or by phoning (866) 873-6310 toll free. The price for the report is $1,495.00. TrendWatch Graphic Arts eStore customers can download this report in PDF Acrobat format immediate use after purchase.
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