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Forestry research facility receives $5.6 million in federal funding

Pulp and Paper Canada

A federal infrastructure funding announcement on May 15 included $5.6 million to upgrade the Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria....read more


Commercial Printing: A Useful Tool for Identifying Fonts

Printing Industry Blog by admin

A custom printing client sent me a photo of her business card recently. She wanted to know if I could reproduce it...read more


Custom Printing: An Envelope Printing-Error Update

Printing Industry Blog by admin

A few PIE Blog posts ago I mentioned some corporate identity materials I had brokered for a commercial printing client. Or, rather... read more


Inserts still valid! - $5.84 billion generated for newspapers

Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Despite everything moving towards digital, newspapers still continue to have advertising inserts...read more


Young adults more likely to read in print!

Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Pew Internet Research study has discovered that while e-reading is becoming increasingly popular, it is still eclipsed by the everlasting popularity of print...read more


Testing Your Marketing Efforts as a Freelancer

Speckyboy Design Magazine by Addison Duvall

In today’s freelancing climate, one of the best things you can do in terms of marketing yourself is to think in what I like to call “Test Terms.” What does this mean? ...read more


GreenBlue Partnering with Two Sides

Two Sides 

GreenBlue has partnered with Two Sides North America, the non-profit organization that promotes and encourages the responsible production, use, and sustainability of print and paper....read more


Well, I’ll Be. Print Buyers Want to Be Surveyed.

by: Margie Dana

At least one does, and I know him. He’s a super experienced, seriously brainy operations manager...read more


Ten New Ways to Handle the Objection: “The Price is Too High”


The price is too high is an objection that is as old has humanity itself.  If you think hard enough, I’m sure you can see the ancient Egyptians... read more