I have gathered a diversified bunch of print media enthusiasts who help me bring relevant and topical information and resources to Print and Marketing professionals. Collectively, there is not much in Print and Marketing we haven’t done and are still doing. Being in the trenches with our audience enables us to provide a current perspective on the industry, engage from personal knowledge and experience, and keep our sense of humors in the mix!
If you would like to lend your voice and share your expertise with our community, I’d love to hear from you. Please contact me to discuss!
Here is a little information about me and the PMC contributors…
Deborah Corn is the Intergalactic Ambassador to The Printerverse at Print Media Centr, a Print Buyerologist™, industry speaker and blogger, host of Podcasts from The Printerverse, cultivator of Print Production Professionals the #1 print group on LinkedIn, host of #PrintChat every Wednesday at 4PM ET on Twitter, and the founder of International Print Day. She is the recipient of several industry honors including the 2016 Girls Who Print Girlie Award, and sits on the boards of the Advertising Production Club of NYC and The Magazine Innovation Center at the University of Mississippi.
Deborah has 25+ years of experience working in advertising as a Print Producer. She currently provides printspiration and resources to print and marketing professionals through PMC, and works behind the scenes with printers, suppliers and industry organizations helping them create meaningful relationships with customers, and achieve success with their social media and content marketing endeavors.
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Sandy Hubbard is a monthly contributor to Print Media Centr’s News From The Printerverse, and the moderator of Print Media Centr’s #PrintChat on Twitter, assisting host Deborah Corn. Sandy is an independent consultant and marketing strategist for print and media companies and the vendors who serve them. Specialties include email marketing, email-to-print, event strategy, social media, social sales coaching and content marketing. She formerly was editor and publisher of a monthly magazine for the printing industry while serving as executive director of a non-profit graphics technology education center and virtual training consortium. She is continuing the family tradition of publishing, which started with her great-grandfather.
Contact Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on Twitter: @sandyhubbard
Kelly Mallozzi will contribute to the PMC as often as her life and four small children will allow, which will be at least once a year. As a sales and marketing coach and consultant at Success In Print, Kelly advocates for graphic arts companies to start a revolution and fight to keep print relevant. She may be irreverent, but what she lacks in convention, she makes up for in smart-assery.
Pat McGrew is the Director and Evangelist for the Production Workflow Service at KeyPoint Intelligence/InfoTrends. As an analyst and industry educator, Pat works with InfoTrends customers and their clients to promote workflow effectiveness. She also has a background in data-driven customer communication, and production printing with offset, inkjet and toner. Co-author of 8 industry books, editor of A Guide to the Electronic Document Body of Knowledge, and regular writer in the industry trade press, Pat won the 2014 #GirlsWhoPrint Girlie Award for dedication to education and communication in the industry, and the 2016 Brian Platte Lifetime Achievement Award from Xplor International. Join Pat and co-host Kevin Craine as they tackle the question Is Print Dead? on their podcast!
Andy Solages connects people and organizations with technologies to improve professional experiences and business results. Andy is a monthly contributor to Print Media Centr’s News from The Printerverse and a regular participant in #PrintChat on Twitter.
Richard Askam is an accomplished speaker and successful entrepreneur who now shares his vast experience with other organizations, and individuals, keen to succeed in our ever-changing world. Key topics include: developing brand strategy, customer engagement, acceptance of failure, employee development, understanding (and sometimes avoiding) new technology and, of course, how to treat your customers personally. His tailored presentations will assist any audience with both their immediate and long-term challenges.