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Your Bindery Finishing: Humble Beginnings, Aggressive Growth

by: By Melissa DeDonder Your Bindery Finishing was created from humble beginnings, inside the two-car garage of Luann and Curtis Wood, in Denver, Colorado. Luann, president of the company, had spent the previous 10 years working in prepress and operating a small press, and then she went to work for her grandfather's family business, which sold presses and bindery equipment....

On Demand Evolution

by: Jen Clark Many of today's digital printers require simple, automated solutions to produce short run, ultra-short run and personalized books, booklets or pamphlets while minimizing costs and maximizing productivity and profit. Since digital printing's inception in the 1970s, the goal of many manufacturers has been to remove costly labor steps within the printing process, thus reducing job turnaround time....

Following Up: Use Voicemail to Your Advantage

by: TJ Tedesco, Grow Sales, Inc. If you're like most salespeople, you regard voicemail as your biggest enemy, the toughest of all barriers to making a sale. That doesn't have to be the case! Don't view voicemail as a quick trip to a dead end. Instead, use it to create a new path to a successful partnership. Use your information One key...

Metal and Plastic Rings

by: Jen Clark No doubt everyone has used a three-ring binder at least once in his or her lifetime. Yet little has changed in the binder's design since the first patent for the device was filed in 1854. According to the curator of the Early Office Museum in London, Henry T. Sisson of Providence, RI, filed patents for binders that would...
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