New Digital and Wide-Format Pricing Study

By Epicomm
In August 16, 2012
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Leading-Edge Study Will Prove Quick and Small Commercial Printers With Powerful Profitability Tool

East Rutherford, N.J. -08/16/2012 -The National Association of Quick Printers (NAQP) is currently conducting a groundbreaking study that focuses exclusively on digital printing and wide-format printing pricing practices. All quick and small commercial printers providing digital and/or large-format printing services are invited to participate in this research by completing the online survey at

Survey participants will help provide important insight into our rapidly changing industry, and those who complete the survey by Sept. 10, 2012, will also receive a free printed copy of the completed study, a $249 value. Results of this first-ever study will be presented at the NAQP Owners Conference in Chicago, Oct. 4-6.

NAQP has conducted vital pricing and industry research for more than 20 years. This new study has been crafted by industry experts and peers, including several NAQP member commercial printing business owners.

“With the rapid and constantly changing digital market, up-to-date pricing has become my number one challenge,” said Ben Heinemann, Chief Executive Officer of BP Graphics, Inc., Lakewood, N.J. “My participation in this survey is essential in keeping up with the market pricing and the growth of my business. I anxiously await my copy of this pricing study.”

The NAQP Owners Conference, to be held at the DoubleTree Hotel Magnificent Mile in Chicago, will feature the popular Ideas Exchange, Supplier Showcase, Print Excellence Awards, general sessions, and panel discussions with frontline industry executives, all geared toward arming owners and managers with plenty of resources, strategies, tactics, and tools to face the business challenges ahead. For more information, visit
One Meadowlands Plaza, Suite 1511
East Rutherford, NJ 07073
Phone: (201) 634-9600
Fax: (201) 986-2976

For more information, contact:

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