Book publishing appears to have successfully warded off challenges from the e-reader movement, as the industry saw widespread revenue growth over the course of the past year.
Technology innovators are trying to eliminate widespread paper use as a means to promote the vitality of their products, but in some cases, the campaign is backfiring.
Despite initial projections that the paperless office would become the standard in office practices within a few short years, after four decades the concept remains as far-fetched and unrealistic as it was when it was first theorized.
E-books were supposed to have eradicated paperbacks by now, but instead, it appears as though the traditional format is proving to be resilient.
In an era dominated by digital media, the value of marketing online has actually decreased due to oversaturation.
It's no secret that the business world is changing rapidly, and that printers will need to be innovative in order to best position themselves to compete within the market, while simultaneously fending off the assault of the digital fad.
The digital revolution is supposed to have made the use of paper obsolete in the business world, but statistics show that companies are now using more paper than ever.
The present and future of the print industry both look radically different than they did 20 years ago.
Recent statistics and trends seem to indicate that print is still an intelligent, strong and viable way to market products and services.
The paper production industry is often chastised for its perceived environmentally detrimental practices, but this sentiment is actually quite far from reality.