Tagged: mass customization

drupa
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Thanks to individual printing, mass customization is making print more valuable. Due to demand-driven printing, mass customization makes print even more sustainable. And it helps print service providers to become independent of large print runs. Everything needed to successfully implement this megatrend will be on display at drupa 2024.

Tinderprinting
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From “Tinderprinting”, virtual service employees or tools that help with production planning: Artificial intelligence has also arrived in the online print industry. David Zwang from Whattheythink spoke to Bernd Zipper about the developments and products that are already available. Another interesting question was whether not all printers are actually also online printers.

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We have known since the pandemic and the countless online stores that have emerged since then that Shopify is not merely an interesting and simple solution for entering the world of e-commerce. The e-commerce platform is also increasingly becoming an interesting field of activity for print shops – keyword dropshipping – and other providers from the printing industry.

Cimpress
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The restructuring and investments of recent years are taking effect: Cimpress has once again reported record figures for fiscal year 2023 (July 2022 to June 2023) – and achieved significant growth in sales and profits across all business units. No wonder the world’s largest online print provider is starting the new fiscal year with optimism.

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be.print is the name of Lead-Print’s new online print ecosystem, which is designed to connect print shops and corporates easily, quickly and seamlessly with each other and, if required, with external service providers. With the new 360° mass customization platform, the Willich-based provider of B2C and B2B store environments aims to take web-to-print and print procurement to a new level, according to an official press release.

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The Online Print Symposium is known for going beyond the boundaries of its own comfort zone and addressing trends at an early stage. In keeping with the motto “Empowering the Future of Print,” the second day of the event focused on technologies and developments that have the potential to turn the online print world upside down – and make it fit for the future.

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On 23 and 24 March 2023, the Online Print Symposium (OPS) will celebrate a milestone birthday: for the 10th time, the OPS will take place in Munich and attract industry giants and newcomers alike to the Science Congress Center Munich. Renowned speakers will talk about Mass Customization, Digital Commerce, Digital Transformation, Web-to-Print and Crisis Management, among other topics.

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Why is Beyond Print actually called Beyond Print? Why is the paper crisis, of all things, giving mass customization a boost, and why is ‘digital only’ a dead end? In an interview with ipaper.io, Bernd Zipper not only provides answers to these questions, but also explains why it is so important for advertisers to develop a comprehensive concept in which printed and digital forms of advertising are intertwined. Curious?

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Is packaging a business segment for all companies in the printing industry? Certainly, it is a business area with a compelling physical end product and great potential, as was demonstrated with impressive figures at Packaging Congress 2021. However, the print shop has to get involved in the supply chain and deal with the megatrend of sustainability in the process.

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