Don’t miss the next FTA Great Lakes Group meeting from 3:00 – 7:00PM on October 27th at Quad Tech. We have three spooktacular speakers lined up. *The mad scientist, (or mildly perturbed applied mathematician), John “SeeMore-Evil”, will present color theory *FTA Hall of Terrors member, Denny McGhoul, will discuss ghostly automatic preprogrammed print control. *The evil temptress, Colleen “Tomb-ee” will conjure up new plate technologies that send the old ways six feet under.So much good…See More
What is the key to a successful printing business?A) A quality productB) Fast deliveryC) Competitive priceD) ConsistencyE) Outstanding customer serviceMost people would argue that the correct answer is:F) All of the aboveThat said, the common denominator seems to be highly trained and motivated employees. If you agree, the meeting of FTA Great Lakes this Thursday is one you will not want to miss.Mike Erwin, President of Tailored Label Products, will talk about the many unique ways TLP uses…See More
Things are going very well for our business. Unfortunately I think my strong background in flexo (and printing in general) is going to waste. It seems that most printing/converting companies, do not want recruiting services. but we won't give up on them. Hope all is well with you.
Located your blog and found the info for the FTA Great Lakes Meeting. I posted a link as I thought it should be shared with our fellow print junkies. I think you can create events on here as well. Nice Blog!!
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Hi - I work at a print distributor in Orange County, CA. We used a small, local trade only printer for many years for smaller jobs - business cards, inventory cards, small run brochures, and the like. After 35 years in business they closed and we are looking for a couple of printers to replace them. All suggestions are appreciated - thank you!See More