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It’s All in the Design Contest!

It’s All in the Design Contest!

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in Promotions, Stories | 0 comments

It’s All in the Design Contest What can we say, we LOVE print but we also love the creativity that designers put into their print materials, so why not celebrate both? We’re going to have ourselves a little contest! Rules, we don’t need no Stinking Rules Actually, we do, but we’ll keep them nice and simple: Look for the “It’s All in the...

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Business Technology and the Business Card

Business Technology and the Business Card

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014 in Guest Blog, Stories | 0 comments

Being a Business Technology major at Wilfrid Laurier, I am often being asked what the program entails. It is a unique hybrid, which takes the technological side of today’s business strategies, and teaches how to express them to management. This ability, to combine both a business and technology understanding, is what I consider my competitive advantage...

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Why Print Sales People Should Stop Visiting Their Customers

Why Print Sales People Should Stop Visiting Their Customers

Posted by on Mar 17, 2014 in Guest Blog, Print Help, Printchomp Value, Stories | 0 comments

We live in a time-poor world Everyone is constantly telling me that they never have enough hours in the day. By the end of the week there is still a huge amount left on our “things to do” list. What can we do to makes things better? I have one simple suggestion to this. Spend less time in the car Many people still spend a vast amount of time travelling...

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Why Middle of the Road Print Producers Risk Going Bust

Why Middle of the Road Print Producers Risk Going Bust

Posted by on Feb 15, 2014 in Guest Blog, Print Help, Stories | 0 comments

Why should printing companies care about supermarkets? In the UK, the supermarkets have now all revealed their trading results.  There were some companies that suffered this year.  Others had surprisingly good results. As expected, the supermarkets with the lowest prices, such as Aldi and Lidle, did well. They expanded their market share. But it wasn’t...

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