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Newly Merged SGIA and PIA Becomes PRINTING United Alliance 


The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association and Printing Industries of America, which merged on May 1, 2020, today announce the new organization name as a combined company: PRINTING United Alliance. PRINTING United Alliance also announces its official bo…

SGIA Debuts ‘COVID-19: Ask the Experts’ Webinar Series

SGIA has launched its ‘COVID-19: Ask the Experts’ Webinar Series, which began yesterday with a presentation on Government Response Updates. Read on to view this webinar on demand and for information on the upcoming webinars in this series.

Advocacy and Resources Emerge Amidst Coronavirus Uncertainty

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to cause uncertainty across the business landscape, printing and packaging industry associations and organizations are compiling resources and providing advocacy on behalf of their members.

SGIA, NAPCO Media, PIA and its Affiliates Come Together to Launch Dedicated COVID-19 Resource Channel

SGIA, NAPCO Media, and Printing Industries of America and its affiliates have joined forces to launch a COVID-19 Resource Channel, dedicated to providing the printing and graphic communications industry with up-to-the-minute news and resources on COVID…

Jack Noonan Joins SGIA as Vice President of Business Development

In this newly created role, Noonan will oversee PRINTING United exposition exhibitor and sponsorship partnerships for SGIA, strengthen existing communities, develop dedicated postal and packaging sector participation, and help explore new business oppo…

PRINTING United: Bigger. Better. Together. in 2020

PRINTING United has already eclipsed the total square footage sold in 2019 and is on track to sell out again in 2020. With more space than ever before, the show will span all printing segments, including commercial, industrial, packaging, apparel, digi…

Kaizen: Everybody, Every Day, A Little Bit Better

The Japanese word “kaizen” when translated into English means “to change for the good,” or to improve. The concept of continuous improvement is well known in our industry and practiced to some extent by most companies. The challenge is to find a way of…