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This is the first entry in a new thINK blog series on best marketing practices for print service providers, which will offer suggestions on how to establish, refine, and perfect a comprehensive marketing plan as a way to grow your customers, pages, revenue and profit.

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Blog Entry
February 01, 2019

DMS ink is a minority and woman-owned certified business serving clients nationally. Our unique capabilities are sought by a wide range of businesses from healthcare, financial, retail, political, energy, automotive, non-profits, and many others that require full project management of design, material acquisitions, complex data programming, variable content, printing, fulfillment and mailing services.

Contact: Christine Soward, President/Owner, at 937-222-5056 or email christine.soward@dmsink.us.

Print Provider
January 21, 2019

Canon Solutions American partner Keypoint Intelligence — InfoTrends is constantly monitoring the inkjet market, analyzing trends, and using their research to provide insights into the areas of growth we should all be watching.

Their recent publication Inkjet Applications Matter! aggregates their research on high-speed inkjet printing in commercial print markets. The takeaway: seven major application opportunities for printers in 2019.

Blog Entry
January 09, 2019

In its simplest terms, vertical marketing means tailoring an organization’s sales, products, and marketing efforts to a specific industry. This specialization allows you to focus your marketing efforts and production resources so that they can have the greatest impact. Targeting vertical markets is an important strategy for driving sales and efficiently using resources. In fact, as highlighted in the Keypoint Intelligence - InfoTrends’ study, Winning in an Evolving Print Market, 63% of Print Service Providers (PSPs) demonstrating high growth have a vertical market focus.

Blog Entry
January 04, 2019

The thINK board recently met in Boca Raton, Florida, and this particular quarterly meeting was an eventful one. First, we began planning for thINK 2019. We discussed this year’s event, reviewed all the feedback we received from attendees, and came up with ideas to make thINK even better next year. Plus, we settled on dates! Mark your calendars: the next thINK event will be September 16-18, 2019.

Blog Entry
December 28, 2018