From May, 1st 2017 - added on April, 27th 2017
Chris Bondy, Wayne Peterson, and Dr. Joe Webb combined their knowledge of the print industry to create Unsquaring the Wheel, a book focused on changing the traditional print business model.
From January, 18th 2017 - added on January, 12th 2017
With the increase in use of smartphones and digital technology, printing companies adapt to the changing market.
From October, 11th 2016 - added on October, 11th 2016
Amazon US launches a new service allowing users to print photos off Amazon Drive.
From August, 18th 2016 - added on August, 18th 2016
Chris Bondy gives his opinion on "feeding the beast" based on his findings at drupa 2016.
From May, 26th 2016 - added on May, 26th 2016
RIT's Chris Bondy will give a talk at Drupa 2016 on integrating new digital and hybrid technologies technologies
From May, 25th 2016 - added on May, 25th 2016
RIT's Chris Bondy will give a talk at Drupa 2016 about staying relevant in the media industry through new business models.
From May, 12th 2016 - added on May, 5th 2016
The endless bombardment of digital content may make it seem like that's where the future lies, but the next revolution is in the physical world.
From April, 14th 2016 - added on April, 8th 2016
Eastman Kodak starts a partnership with NY Label to expand on anti-conterfitting and print security.
From August, 20th 2015 - added on August, 20th 2015
Breakthrough Business Model for The Printing Industry, "Unsquaring The Wheel" Introduced By Webb, Bondy, Peterson Thursday, August 20, 2015 Press release from the issuing company Dr. Joe Webb, RIT's Prof. Chris Bondy, and consultant Wayne Peterson have teamed to develop and deliver a new workshop and book that features a breakthrough industry business model for commercial printers and print service providers; it premieres at Graph Expo 15. http://whattheythink.com/news/75047-breakthrough-business-model-printing-industry-unsquaring-wheel-introduced-webb-bondy-peterson/
From July, 28th 2015 - added on July, 28th 2015
Recent research conducted by the Temple University Center for Neural Decision Making has recently conducted some research that proves print's advantage to digital in several different ways.
From July, 14th 2015 - added on July, 14th 2015
By creating a personalized cross-marketing campaign, a company was able to regain lapsed clients and gain a revenue of 20,000 pounds as a direct response.
From July, 7th 2015 - added on July, 7th 2015
A look at Minuteman Press, a printing company that successfully grew their company.
From June, 9th 2015 - added on June, 9th 2015
Your role is to enable your customers to meet their needs, grasp their opportunities, and defend against their threats.
From June, 2nd 2015 - added on June, 2nd 2015
Being visible means being known as a valuable resource by more than the direct users of your product or service.
From May, 27th 2015 - added on May, 27th 2015
Enable the people in your network to make new and valuable connections.
From May, 18th 2015 - added on May, 18th 2015
The good news is that being a self-managed and life-long learner isn't innate, it is learned.
From May, 11th 2015 - added on May, 11th 2015
Effective social selling shakes its head at Funnelism and turns its attention the the meaningful and powerful rather than merely the easily measurable.
From May, 5th 2015 - added on May, 5th 2015
In social selling it is far too easy to step across the line between personal and professional. And you can step across it too early and too far.
From April, 28th 2015 - added on April, 28th 2015
Failing to ask for the opportunity to make a final presentation is equivalent to running a marathon with no intention to put on a final sprint at the finish.
From April, 14th 2015 - added on April, 14th 2015
Subversive branding relies on a marketer's willingness to integrate every action and every investment in order to leverage the scarce resources just as far as possible.
From April, 6th 2015 - added on April, 6th 2015
Sidestep the retreads: Embedding a multistep, carefully crafted process for recruiting, on-boarding, and developing a new salesperson takes some real thought and investment.