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Wide-format Graphics: Choosing the right adhesive films

One of the most exciting aspects of the wide-format graphics business is how every day is different. Every customer has different needs. Every project has different specifications. And, to some extent, every surface has different properties that will affect how a graphic film can adhere to it.

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SGIA organizes Canadian workplace safety conference

The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) has partnered with Workplace Safety North (WSN) to organize a special Canadian workplace safety conference, to take place next month at the Centre for Health & Safety Innovation in Mississauga, Ont.

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Digital Signage: What to look for in CMS software

As digital displays become more common in retail, food-service, educational and corporate environments, the marketplace has been flooded with new and revamped software applications for sharing visuals and information.

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Wide-format Graphics: Canvas printing for sign shops

Canvas printing has established itself as a growing and profitable segment of the wide-format graphics market. According to InfoTrends, the amount of canvas printed each year will have grown from approximately 46 million m2 (500 million sf) in 2013 to nearly 80 million m2 (860 million sf) by 2018.

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Sign Sales: Proper job estimates and pricing techniques

In the sign industry, estimating can be one of the most important and, at the same time, frustrating parts of running a business. When it is not clear where to begin, ‘winging it’ might seem like an enticing option, but that can easily lead to losing money on a job that wasn’t priced right and/or losing jobs to the competition.

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