Surviving Adversity: A CEO Panel Discussion Part 2
In part one of Surviving Adversity: A CEO Panel Discussion, we highlighted the main topics of conversation around revenue following a Printing Industry Midwest (PIM) Financial Executives Council (FEC) meeting. In part two, we’ll cover the discussion by the panelists on how they’ve adapted the way they manage their graphic arts business in light of COVID-19, including the impact to staffing and internal processes.
Surviving Adversity: A CEO Panel Discussion
In a recent Printing Industry Midwest (PIM) Financial Executives Council webinar, a panel of CEOs from several Minnesota printers got together to discuss surviving the adversity, the state of the graphic arts industry, how it’s been impacted, and where to go from here.
Research and Development Tax Credits – An Untapped Opportunity in the Graphic Arts Industry
The Research and development (R&D) tax credit is a permanent fixture in the tax code. Some estimates put the amount of credit claimed at over $13 billion annually. This credit was established by congress to encourage business innovation, process improvement…
Reflections on Our Rebranding
As a long tenured employee at our firm it might be understandable that our recent rebranding has been somewhat emotional for me. In July, we renamed the firm LB Carlson in honor of our founding partner, Lawrence (Lary) B. Carlson….