The Goodness Committee at MPX organized a food drive as a way to engage customers and the community in doing good.
The internet gave bloggers like me a ‘voice’ because it’s free to “publish” via WordPress. We no longer need to send something off to the printer. That’s good for humanity unless you own a printing company.
The digital revolution was the black plague for small printing companies where the traditional company newsletter was a staple of their trade. Over the past ten years, the printing industry has declined by more than 2% per year. In my own firm we seldom print a brochure and mail it – choosing internet delivery of email and video instead.
Without good leadership, independent printing companies are heading to the shredder. That’s why I’m pleased to introduce you to my friends Phil Kotula, Scott and Mike Duroche at MPX – a printing and marketing firm who is bucking the trend. They survived by consolidating three small print shops into one firm focused around a remarkable idea: Goodness grows. And goodness pays.