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11/29/2018

Sustainable Business Recognition & Upcoming SGIA Webinars

Sustainable Business Recognition

SGIA wants to recognize your company for its sustainable business practices, those decisions that lower expenses and improve environmental footprints for your company. Let us know about your successes by applying for the Sustainable Business Recognition award.

SGIA’s Sustainable Business Recognition award spotlights member companies that have implemented a project that:

      •    Improved employee safety and health
      •    Reduced environmental impact
      •    Improved business efficiency 

We encourage businesses to look at projects focused on energy use reduction, recycling, joining the SmartWay program for more efficient shipping and transportation, or implementing an employee wellness plan that focuses on the health and safety of your workforce. This is not an exhaustive list, however, and member companies can implement any project that accomplishes the above goals. 

Award: Once all submissions have been received, SGIA will present the Sustainable Business Recognition award to all member facilities that demonstrate how they are improving their sustainable business practices as listed above. Projects must have been implemented in 2018 for recognition in 2019.

Submit your application online through this survey.

All applications must be submitted by January 7, 2019.


Congratulations to 2018’s Sustainable Business Recognition Award Honorees! 

  • ADI Displays; Springfield, Vermont
  • Albert Basse Associates; Stoughton, Massachusetts
  • Beacon Promotions
  • Blue Ridge Graphics; Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Boston Barricade
  • Campeche Sportswear/FunTees
  • DigitAllWorx Graphics; Philippines
  • Easiway; St Paul, Minnesota
  • Empire Screen Printing; Onalaska, Wisconsin
  • Global Products; St. Louis, Missouri
  • Hang-Ups Unlimited
  • Image Options
  • Kernow Coatings; Pittsford, New York
  • Lawson Screen; St. Louis, Missouri
  • Miller Zell; Atlanta, Georgia
  • Modagrafics
  • Modernistic; Stillwater, Minnesota
  • Ritrama
  • RRD Retail Solutions – Dallas; Carrollton, Texas
  • Sanca
  • Stratojet USA
  • Superior Essex; Atlanta, Georgia
  • Tausas; Ontario, Canada
  • Yunker Industries; Elkhorn, Wisconsin


December 2018 Webinars

SGIA Webinars present essential information about today's hottest industry topics — from imaging technologies and business management issues to new laws and mandates affecting the community. December webinars will cover industry trends and ways to start 2019 on the right foot!

*Webinars are free unless otherwise noted.  Click here to read more about the webinars or to register.


SGIA Interview: Dean DeMarco

December 4 / 2 pm ET

Learn how one company worked to institute lean manufacturing practices and ended up saving money, improving quality and gaining space. This half-hour discussion with Dean DeMarco (IDL Worldwide) will be rich with ideas that just might inspire you.


Business Trends and Initiatives: Garment Segment

December 6 / 2 pm ET

In this fast-moving discussion — inspired by SGIA’s upcoming THREADX Conference — garment industry consultants Marshall Atkinson and Aaron Montgomery will provide real-life examples to add detail to the data found in SGIA’s industry survey report.


How Book Publishers Use Digital Printing to Sell Books More Profitably

December 6 / 2 pm ET

Join Jeremy Hess (Gasch Printing), Nathan Safran (NAPCO) and Denis Wilson (Publishing Executive & Book Business) to learn about SGIA-commissioned research evaluating digital printing adoption among book publishers.


SGIA Golden Image: Highlights and Insights

December 13 / 2 pm ET

SGIA’s own Johnny Shell will discuss what made certain SGIA Golden Image Competition winners "a cut above" the rest in this exclusive webinar. Discover how (and why) these innovations are important and inspiring.


The Future of Print: How Technology is Transforming Books & Magazines

December 13 / 2 pm ET 

Find out how innovations in digital printing and data analytics are enabling book and magazine publishers to create more relevant and engaging print products. This webinar, presented by John Conley (Borderland Advisers), David Gall (BR Printers), Nathan Safran (NAPCO) and Denis Wilson (Publishing Executive & Book Business), shines a light on new directions for books and magazines.


Soft Signage Opportunities and New Applications for Digitally Printed Textiles

December 18 / 2 pm ET

Digitally printed textiles continue to revolutionize numerous application areas. Join Ken Bach (Aberdeen Fabrics) to find out what’s driving this change, and learn what to expect as impacted technologies, materials and application areas continue to develop.


Staying Relevant in Today’s Environment

December 20 / 2 pm ET

Inspired by THREADX 19, this panel discussion with Greg Kitson (Mind's Eye Graphics), Lon Winters (Graphic Elephants) and Tom Davenport (Motion Company) will bring key insight on differentiating your business in today's garment market.

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