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Jun 5, 2002 12:00 AM
Digital graphics firms (digital printers) are becoming more focused and more specialized, according to the new Digital Printing & Imaging Assn. (DPI) (Fairfax, VA) "2002 Markets Survey Report." The survey, conducted among 3,200 U.S. digital printers, offers relevant information on the digital-printing market.
Report highlights include:
More than 18 percent of respondents have been in business for 10 or more years; 57 percent have been in business less than two years.
Digital output accounts for 47 percent of respondents' total revenues. Advertising agencies are the most frequently cited client, but the segment is shrinking from 65 percent two years ago to 59 percent this year.
The largest segment of respondents (33 percent) does business primarily within their local market.
DPI members may purchase a copy of the report for $30. Cost for non-members is $130. For more information or to order, contact DPI managing director John S. Shaw at (703) 385-1339 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.