Digital Dish: June 2020

By: Karin King

Jun 30, 2020

Each dish will feature a new nugget to chew on and fuel your digital cravings. This month, Jennifer Pennington from Eastman Kodak returns as host. As a seasoned veteran in Kodak's inkjet business for over 15 years, she helps educate customers and partners on the importance of paper for inkjet printing. Keep reading to learn more from Jen about Kodak's efforts to simplify its ink set, expand paper compatibility and collaborate with paper mills to ensure customers using the PROSPER series presses receive a return on their investment.

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Digital Dish: May 2020

By: Karin King

Jun 29, 2020

As one of the many industries impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, print has certainly experienced its share of challenges the past few months. However, as we all find ourselves working through these challenges, may you also see them as opportunities to learn and grow. We hope the Digital Dish can be a source of consistent value to you and your digital print business.

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Accent On: Vote-By-Mail

By: Karin King

May 18, 2020

WHAT WOULD A MAIL-IN ELECTION IN 2020 MEAN FOR PRINT?

The upcoming presidential election is just one of the many facets of our daily lives that have been complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Even as some states reopen, social distancing protocols are still in place across the country, and many states are preparing for the November 3 election by expanding their vote-by-mail capacities. 

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Digital Dish: April 2020

By: Karin King

May 1, 2020

As many businesses in the print industry continue to face new challenges and uncertainties over the coming weeks and months, we hope the Digital Dish can be a source of consistent value to you and your digital print business.

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The Power of Print During a Pandemic

By: Karin King

Apr 17, 2020

To say that we’re living in unprecedented times would be an understatement. As more cities and states issue mandatory stay-at-home orders and close non-essential businesses, it seems that nearly all of us have already been affected by COVID-19 in some way — and so have the industries we rely on. 

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