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The Curmudgeon relocates


After three years and 262 posts of “The Converting Curmudgeon” Blog here on WordPress and on the CONVERTING QUARTERLY  Website, all new future posts will appear exclusively on the CQ site. Feel free to peruse past posts for a wealth … Continue reading

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Wide-web digital printing for flexible packaging takes another step ahead


In this my final installment on the HP Indigo Worldwide VIP event held last week in Israel, here’s an update primarily on developments in wide-web digital printing for flexible packaging. Transforming the packaged-goods industry today are three major trends – … Continue reading

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“Share a Coke” campaign: How to print 1+ billion custom labels


From the consumer’s perspective, the recent “Share a Coke” campaign across the European continent is a fun, exciting experience: Go to your local retailer, find a bottle of Coca-Cola labeled with the name of someone you’d like to share it … Continue reading

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