Tagged: Zippers Insights

myposter, René Ruhland
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Anyone looking for individual posters, (large-format) wall decorations or iconic images on the internet will sooner or later end up at myposter or one of the brands belonging to the group. How the founders managed to make the myposter brand so successful – and keep it successful – is what the new episode of Zippers Insights is all about.

Ralf Schlözer
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Bernd Zipper had an old companion sitting at the table who actually doesn’t look that old. Ralf Schlözer grew up in the printing industry. He studied in Stuttgart, Berlin and the USA, was deeply involved in research at MAN Roland and knows the exciting way through the jungle of figures at Infotrends (now Keypoint Intelligence). A man who researches markets and technologies and then draws his conclusions from them.

Ralph Schlözer: Zippers Insights
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Bernd Zipper had a real inkjet insider as a guest. Ralf Schlözer grew up in the printing industry. He studied in Stuttgart, Berlin and the USA, had a deep involvement in research at MAN Roland and knows the facts, figures and data. A man who researches markets and technologies and draws conclusions from them.

Web-to-Print Podcast rissc Alex Sperrfechter
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Web-to-print, e-commerce, mass customization: where the Printformer from rissc is used, everything usually revolves around the personalisation of (print) products. In the latest episode of Zippers Insights, rissc founder and CEO Alexander Sperrfechter reveals why it is now impossible to imagine online printing without the Ludwigsburg-based IT company and why the future in W2P is “headless”.  

Probo: Bernd Zipper und Rene de Heij
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Sound-absorbing pictures made from recycled jeans, “Probots” in production and a subscription system for reusable materials: at the large format specialist Probo in Dokkum, the Netherlands, innovation is not just an empty word but a day-to-day reality. In the latest episode of Zipper’s Insights, Managing Director René de Heij revealed what exactly that means.

Fotobuch neu gedacht: Grow.Photos lässt das Fotobuch mitwachsen
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Whether with hardcover, softcover or embossed leather binding, whether in landscape or portrait format, whether large or small: photo books come in every conceivable variety. But a photo book that literally grows with you? That’s possible, too, and has been for a short time now. With his start-up Grow.Photos, Axel Lilienblum has rethought the photo book concept.

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Print buyers know the procedure: Specify requirements, find suitable production partners, obtain offers, evaluate, decide. This takes time; sometimes even 10 to 15 days. But it doesn’t have to, says Lucas Scherer, founder and CEO of sourc-e. The Cologne-based start-up has since developed into a full-service print broker with a powerful network of international print shops behind it.