You’ve probably heard that production printers offer all kinds of new opportunities for your business, but today, you have the unique chance to see one of these “new horizons” in action. Here’s everything you need to know about short-run packaging, just one of the ways a production printer can revolutionize the way you make profits.
A New Business Model
Traditionally, companies have focused on selling a lot from a relatively small selection. They specialize in one thing or another, which means they have less opportunity for broader sales–but that’s where short-run packaging and production printing come in. More and more companies are turning to a wider approach, selling a bigger selection, which means that they’ll need someone capable of creating packaging for a huge array of items big and small. Production printers do this without breaking a sweat. Whether it’s small trial-size packages, promotional packaging, or irregular shapes and sizes, these machines can do it all.
But how can you take advantage of this new business model? Here are just a few ideas.
Option 1: Communicate with current clients.
Start small and see where your current clients might need help if they adopted this new business model. What would they need from a production printer? How much would they be willing to pay for it?
Option 2: Specialize in new companies.
Brand-new companies starting out with this business model probably won’t be sure exactly what they need–and if you’re willing to work with them, offering packaging deals and innovative capabilities, their success would benefit both of you.
Option 3: Broaden your horizons.
Remember, there’s no limit to what you can do with a production printer. Research what your machine can do and create offerings based on these functions–like specialized packaging sizes or unique designs.
Production printing is full of new opportunities for your company. If you’re ready to try something new, or even if you want advanced printing capabilities for your own needs, contact us today!