September 30, 2011 by Stephen
October will be a busy time for charitable and community events in Langley BC and there seems like no better time for new printers in the area to come forward and advertise their services to the public and community sponsored organizations. Not only will organizers appreciate efforts to help promote and advertise causes in print, but printing companies in the Langley area may also make invaluable business connections and establish networks in their own communities. [Read more]
September 30, 2011 by Martin
A Surrey teenager has died from a strain of bacterial meningitis which sadly has no vaccine. Bacterial meningitis is very rare and kills about 3 people every year, and the illness is very hard to detect at times as it resembles the flu; often it is discovered too late. The key to preventing loss of life is to educate both the general public via flyers and poster printing and physicians who might overlook the symptoms. [Read more]
September 29, 2011 by Stephen
Canadian printers have invested in expertise and technology and are seeing the pay off in increased business and awards. All printers know the importance of continually enhancing printing services and products in order to keep up with changing client demands in a constantly evolving market. If more proof is needed, here are two more examples of success stories of print companies who have found that small investments yield big returns in the near future.
A renowned printing services company that offers copy services in Mississauga and other Greater Toronto areas has decided to add a Designjet L2250 to be able to print various materials and offer more services to patrons. The decision was made in order to enhance services to the insurance, financial and legal printing industries, three of the printing services company’s key clientele. The new Designjet L2250 stationary printers will allow large format printing, something that is currently in demand in those key industries.
Investing in technology that is versatile enough to meet the shifting demands of changing clientele is crucial to further success.
A Montreal based Canadian printers has made the printing industry in Canada proud by taking home the Xerox Best of the Best Award. The winning publication was a catalog printing of the Canadian Architecture edition, using a Xerox iGen4 stationary printer. The company now uses the award and the winning publication as a marketing and promotional tool to attract customers and showcase their work.
Other print companies can imitate the Montreal print company by showcasing products created by recently acquired technologies to help boost clientele.
September 29, 2011 by Chloe
The 2011 United Way Oxford campaign is well under way; the goal this year is to raise $1.1 million, an increase of $100,000 from last year’s total. The theme of this year’s campaign is “Change Starts Here”. The United Way utilizes marketing techniques like poster printing to raise money for 13 member agencies and several partners dedicated to strengthening the community and making it a more pleasant place to live. [Read more]
September 28, 2011 by Martin
September 24 was a global day of action for encouraging world governments to move away from their reliance on “fossil fuels and to celebrate sustainable energy.” Ontario celebrated this event with the first Green Energy Field Day; several communities took place in this province-wide celebration including Markham, Toronto and Vaughan. Ontario companies who are [Read more]
September 28, 2011 by Chloe
The American company Target announced in early 2011 that they had acquired several store leases from Zellers and would be converting them into Target stores beginning in March 2013; the company hopes to convert between 125 and 135 Zellers stores by 2017. With that goal in mind, Target has recently acquired the leases of four more Zellers stores in the Hamilton area, including the one at Queenston Place in Stoney Creek. It will [Read more]
September 27, 2011 by Martin
A national program in place, affecting printers from Kitchener ON to Vancouver BC and everywhere in between has been officially launched to encourage the use of eco-friendly printing and packaging materials in Canada. The program is entirely voluntary and is entitled The Voluntary Code for the Optimization of Containers, Packaging and Printed Materials encourages [Read more]
September 27, 2011 by Chloe
Print companies and the media will have much to talk to about over the next few days, after the city of Lethbridge honours a few of its key residents for outstanding community contributions and bestows them with the highest award the city can offer. [Read more]
September 26, 2011 by Chloe
It seems that voter turnout is declining with every election. In order to have a strong democracy, we all have to take part in the election process. However, with people’s lives becoming busier and busier they often can’t take time out of their busy schedules in order to go home and vote in our own district. The next Richmond general local and school election takes place on [Read more]
September 26, 2011 by Martin
The 17th annual Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade Business Excellence and Business Person of the Year Awards will take place on October 13 at Deer Creek Golf Clubs. This year there are a total of 4 nominees for the Business Person of the Year award and 19 nominees for the Business Excellence award. The winners can highlight this honor when they arrange for a new business card. Printing companies will make sure that whatever information you want will be included on your new business cards. [Read more]