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Mark Peters : March 14th 2006 - 00:00 CET
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Print ForecastPrint forecast perspective newsletter : Dr. Joe Webb, printing industry consultant & forecaster, announced that industry executives and analysts can sign up for the free Print Forecast Perspective newsletter. Written for top level executives, PrintForecast delivers an independent view of global printing industry facts and figures. Dr. Joe is well known for his contrarian view of the graphic arts industry and brings his unique analysis and expertise to the PFC Perspective newsletter. The newsletter initiated its publication in December 2005. PrintForecast email newsletter delivers an independent point of view to help industry executives cut through the often confusing and conflicting industry data, common wisdom, and market trends.
Print forecast perspective newsletterFuture of Global printing industry
The free executive email newsletter is specifically created for top decision makers who need to know the future direction of the global printing industry - from the output side to the demand and content creation side, for printers, prepress specialists, publishers, vendors and dealers. This free email newsletter includes a brief print industry commentary by Dr. Webb, plus links to essential data that all print executives can use with their management teams and boards of directors. What readers are saying about the newsletter:

Quote from Harris DeWese
Industry dealmaker Harris DeWese wrote about PrintForecast in his January 2006 Printing Impressions column: "I didn't flinch last week when I had the opportunity to be one of the charter subscribers to Dr. Joe Webb's new information service called PrintForecast.com. This is up-to-the-minute information and analysis from, arguably, our industry's best thinker."

Quote from a major global industry supplier
"I just read your newsletter and really liked what I saw (especially the Web to print ad revenue ratio piece). I know you offer the newsletter free for those who sign up, but I would like to make it available on our internal market research portal – [your newsletter] would be a welcome addition."

Quote from the publisher
“New media offer the chance to link to the latest topics and resources that are useful to printers, sales executives, vendors, suppliers, and all others in the graphic arts industry,” said Dr. Webb. “I’ve always found the graphic arts business to be rich with trends, issues, and controversy. My objective with the PrintForecast Perspective newsletter is to challenge executives to think in a way that does not blindly accept common wisdom.”

Print forecast newsletter contains:
- Printing industry economic trends
- Discussions of hot industry topics
- Global printing industry information
- Interesting and informative articles about the industry and competing media
- Links to useful, hard-to-find global and U.S. graphic arts data and analysis

About PrintForecast
PrintForecast provides global graphic arts market information reports and consulting based on original research and analysis by Dr. Webb and the PrintForecast Partners. The PrintForecast service includes a wide range of strategic and tactical planning information products, covering the global printing markets. PrintForecast.com offers information and perspectives of the large, established economies of North American, Europe, and Asia, and monitors fast-growing markets such as China, India, and others. PrintForecast.com provides forecasts and analyses of major print categories, such as magazines, inserts, and general commercial printing and will track events in publishing, content creation, advertising, and other relevant markets, interpreting what they mean for clients of this new service.

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