Minuteman Press in Fairfield, CT is a locally owned design, marketing, and printing franchise that has remained open as an essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Owners Cheryl Camarato and Susan Wybiral have worked hard for nearly ten years as business owners to get where they are today, and they weren’t going to let anything get in their way. Cheryl explains, “Over the last four years we took our sales to incredible heights. We have mentored businesses of all sizes and we are proud of our operations and business growth both before the pandemic and during it.”

The dawn of every New Year sparks new goals for Brits, and 2021 will see individuals more motivated than ever to commit to their health journey. The unpredictability of this year has seen a significant impact on wellbeing and an increased focus on health. With nearly 4 in 5 Brits seeking health-related goals, we wanted to explore the depth of their motivations and intentions.

Signs Express are proud to be continuing our support for the COVID-19 effort with the roll-out of signage for Covid Vaccination Centres across the UK.

According to research by leading business intelligence firm IDTechEx, published as “3D Printed Materials Market 2020–2030 – COVID Edition”, the market for 3D printing materials has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but plenty of market drivers point to a strong future. Indeed, IDTechEx forecasts that the global market for 3D printing materials will be worth $18.4 billion in 2030.

Minuteman Press Bath has just completed a multi-site graphics project, using Drytac's Viziprint Illuminate product to install Covid-19 tests signage at two retail locations.

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way we live and work. Organisations of all kinds have had to abandon traditional processes and find new ways of working in order to remain operational – and many have turned to technology to make this possible.

The arrival of COVID-19 to Peoria, AZ, put Tim Earick’s and Jim McPhetres’ digital print design and marketing center to the test. Their International Minute Press franchise has been able to remain open as an essential business and best serve their community.  Tim, a lifelong print professional and Jim, a military veteran, remain calm and find solutions for their loyal clients.

The findings of JP Morgan’s Media Consumption in the Age of Covid 19 will surprise precisely nobody.

Faversham House today announces Sign & Digital UK 2021 (SDUK), due to take place at Birmingham’s NEC from 02-04 March 2021, has been moved to 16-18 May 2021.

The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected the nation's galleries and museums, but Paul Bristow Associates' new HP Stitch S300 means people can wear their favourite artworks as hygienic face masks.

A major Roland DG study of more than 340 digital print companies in the UK conducted in November 2020 has revealed that despite the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the industry is currently cautiously optimistic about its future.

Minuteman Press in Lancaster, California continues to grow its sales by adapting their products and services and continuing to serve their clients as an essential business. High demand products include direct mail, wide format printing, banners and signage for social distancing, and custom branded apparel (shirts and face masks).

Warwick Printing has completed a challenging wall mural project, relying on Drytac ReTac to get the job done in a single day.

Women in Sign and Graphics UK, an industry initiative that aims to inspire, encourage and promote women in the industry, is taking its inaugural event virtual due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Originally scheduled to take place at The Sign Group in Leeds, the event will feature the same inspirational speakers and the same open discussion on crucial industry topics in a virtual setting on December 3rd from 12 – 2.30pm.

The latest COVID-19 and the Future of Print ’21 Survey was conducted in October 2020 during the FuturePrint Virtual Summit and attracted 139 respondents from over 20 countries. Results reveal a resilient print technology community that has adapted to the challenges placed in front of it while continuing to innovate amid accelerated change.

As we approach the end of another year, we have a natural desire to look back and consider how the next twelve months will pan out. But 2020's COVID-19 pandemic has turned any forecasts - and how many businesses in our industry operate - on their head. For this reason, it's even more important to learn from the changes we have experienced this year so we can prepare, as best we can, for 2021. Here are some lessons and predictions for the future.

OKI Europe is offering customers a free* Business Agility Pack valued at approximately €500* as part of its ‘Adapt Today’ campaign. The offer is another step in OKI Europe’s ongoing efforts to help businesses and organisations adapt and respond to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

As the impact of the pandemic continues and looks set to shape all our working lives for the foreseeable future, what steps should Print Service Providers (PSPs) now consider?

Describing the performance of his International Minute Press franchise in Cary last year, Neal Sugarman says, “We were steadily growing each year in what was just our fourth year in business.” Since printing is an essential business and Neal is dedicated to his clients and his community, he did not let COVID-19 get in the way of his determination. Instead, he adapted his products and services, reinforced his marketing strategies, and thrived as a result.

THE LATEST creation by the UK’s leading online upload and print platform will help care home residents stay in touch with their loved ones.

The in-house printing department at UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) has installed a new Ricoh Pro L5130 latex printer and Summa cutter, giving it the power to produce more graphics on-site.

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