David Zwang, Principal Consultant, Zwang & Co. hosted a thINK member customer panel to discuss workflow that works. Did you miss it? Read a summary below and view the recorded session.
David Zwang, Principal Consultant, Zwang & Co.
Jared Carr, Production Manager, Merrill Corp.
John Slaney, Chief Technical Officer, Content Critical Solutions
Andrew Hennings, Director of Operations, Epiq
Bryan Haynes, CIO, Maryland State Treasurer
According to data from InfoTrends’ research of over 800 enterprises in 10 different markets, profitable print opportunities can be found in a number of vertical industries. These survey respondents report that print remains a prominent channel of communication, representing over 29% of their overall spending.
There is much excitement around the recent announcement for the third annual thINK Conference, to be held at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, October 9-11, 2017.
thINK, established as the largest inkjet user event in the world, will bring together more than 400 production print professionals, analysts, partners and press at the third annual conference. Registered thINK members will receive more information and registration details in the months to come.
Mark Your Calendar: October 9-11, 2017
thINK 2017 date and venue has been announced!
On behalf of the thINK board, I am pleased to announce the thINK 2017 third annual user conference will be held at the Boca Raton Resort & Club on October 9-11, 2017! The Boca Raton Resort & Club was well received as the venue by thINK 2016 attendees, and post-event surveys showed it to be one of the top choices for thINK 2017.
Mark your calendars to join us – registered thINK members will receive more information and registration details in the months to come.
About a decade ago, after years of steady growth, Brianne Baggetta Noonan, president of Albany, N.Y.-based The Mailworks, had a revelation: How can you market your product to new customers if you’re outsourcing your work and you’re not passionate about it? At the time, the company was receiving 60-70% of its work via outsourcing from print brokers or offset printers. But Baggetta Noonan wanted to bring work in-house to set them apart from their competition.