Aaron and Terry aren't predicting the future on this week's show, but they are talking about what they wish the future would bring in 2021. In this annual show, the 2 Regular Guys talk about what they'd like to see happening in the industry for the coming year. Come join in this annual discussion and we will also review past desires and see what happened.
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News CONGRATULATIONS TO THE six winners of the third annual Screen Printing Rising Stars Awards, which shine a light on emerging talent in the specialty graphics industry. The honorees – all of whom are age 35 or younger and work for printing companies – were chosen based on their professional accomplishments, fresh thinking, contributions toward industry advancement, commitment to excellence, and impact on their organizations. These award winners carved a path for themselves with fierce determination to master their chosen craft and dedication to continually build and improve on the work they are doing. Nominators highlighted their candidates’ experience, philanthropy, vision, and drive. The chosen winners – selected by the Screen Printing editorial staff – have become proven leaders, share an enthusiasm for the world of print, and possess an eagerness to push the boundaries beyond the status quo.Joshua Bunton - PRESIDENT, SLI CUSTOM SIGNS & APPAREL, TOLEDO, OHVeronica Anderson - OWNER, V. ANDERSON DESIGNS, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKScott Kelly - SCREEN PRINTING DEPT MANAGER, KOTIS DESIGN, CINCINNATI, OHDavid Kent - VICE PRESIDENT, SIGNET MARKETING, WINCHESTER, VARobert Mensah - CREATIVE DIRECTOR, BRAND EMP, ACCRA, WEST AFRICAEric Solomon - OWNER, NIGHT OWLS, HOUSTON, TXGo here for the Screen Printing article and bios: http://bit.ly/2XGHIInDad Joke: Did I tell you about the time I met a ventriloquist at a bar she told me I was attractive?I wasn't sure if it was her or the beer talking.
10 Things we would like to see... Last YearTerry: I’d like to see DTG polyester printing worked out or admit that DTG printing is best suited to 100% cotton or high cotton content blends.Terry: I’d like to see more training, more discussions, more tips and tricks on dealing with employees.Terry: Vendors and educators should put together side hustle packages, and how you can get a return on investment on nights and weekends.Terry: I’d like to see some new faces in the training arena. Terry: I will get more of my training opportunities online this year.Aaron: I would like to see some more innovation on the sublimation printing side.Aaron: I would like to see a software program/services for sublimation to manage jobs, build stores and more. Aaron: I always felt like there was a big opportunity for an equipment supplies/vendor to have a franchise-type program where it is a business in a box. Aaron: I’d like to see the efforts of SGIA and the convergence of the paper world with our world bear some fruit. What have the advantages been so far and what should we be working towards in 2020 and beyond?Aaron: I want to expand on DC and what I’m doing with OurSuccessGroup.com and complete my Success Principle Training course ...