printjunkie.net was born from the idea that individuals in the printing industry needed a place to connect with one another regardless of their business type, job description or geographic location. This idea was further fueled by the overwhelming response that PSDA, our founder, received when the Print Industry Networking Group was created on LinkedIn.
In a little over a month, this online networking group swelled to over 3,000 members from countries across the globe. Here we saw printers, print consultants, color specialists, designers, resellers, equipment suppliers, print buyers, publishers and more come together with the single purpose of meeting other industry professionals to share information, best practices and their common love of all things print.
For that, we present you with printjunkie.net. A no holds barred social networking site for anyone who is in, was in or wants to be in the printing industry. So, if you just love to hear someone tell you to ‘go to print’ (and you know who you are) you’ve come to the right place.
To all our fellow Print Junkies out there, we’d just like to take a moment to say…Welcome Home. About PSDA
The Print Services & Distribution Association (PSDA) is an international organization of business printing professionals. Our members include some of the country’s leading print distributors/brokers, print buyers, agency executives, printers and suppliers.
It is our mission to stay ahead of relevant industry trends to better provide our members with the resources they need to thrive in the changing marketplace. We employ industry professionals who work to ensure that all PSDA programs and services serve the single purpose of helping our members grow their businesses, increase their profits and prevail in the long run.
PSDA’s services include:
• Educational Events, Conferences and Trade Shows • General Business Support and Online Business Solutions • Networking Tools and Events • News and Publications • Online Education • Sourcing Services
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