Products that were declared dead - physical photo albums and books among them - are living reminders that the print industry as a whole has a future.
Print sales opportunities can be found in some interesting places - including fields that have tried to go paperless.
Today, you should know all about your customers' needs - and their customers' needs.
Thinking like a customer is key when it comes to web-to-print design. This means considering modern era innovations and understanding your unique clients.
Attending live conferences and events can help print professionals expand their networks, build relationships and grow their businesses.
There are multiple ways to increase sustainability while keeping printing presses running at full capacity.
With the drupa 2016 conference closed, it's time to parse the direction of the print industry as glimpsed at the event.
Engaging print customers today involves creating a strong, unified brand image that makes your services useful parts of a coherent whole.
What does the print market look like in raw data, and what does that mean for providers?
Today, integration with digital campaigns should be smooth. Living in a print silo is no longer an option.