Tomorrow marks the first day of school here in the Pacific Northwest – which means it’s time to stock up on all those school supplies! When I was a child, back-to-school shopping consisted of things like pencils and Trapper Keepers; but things have gotten a lot more high-tech since we were kids!
Being Empty Nesters is a great chapter of life to be in, but if it’s one thing I’ve learned through the years, it’s to cherish those moments. Living in the moment is something that I’ve really been working hard on, and enjoying time with family and friends. But when I get the chance to travel with my “girlfriends”, I’m all over it. While I’m not a “crafty” person by nature, the older I get the more I enjoy some of the “old school” ways of life, for example printed pictures.
NBC 5's Art Norman has the latest in summer backyard must-haves.
According to ZINK CEO Chaim Pikarski photographic printing is still very much alive.
In this Executive Spotlight ZINK’s CEO shares
his thoughts on the demand for digital and instant printing in today’s market and how it appears a major part of the forward-looking strategy for big camera manufacturers.
Read More: https://www.dealerscope.com/article/film-may-be-dead-but-print-is-alive-and-well/
ZINK CEO Chaim Pikarski was recently interviewed by Dealerscope magazine. Pikarski shares his vision for the future of ZINK and Zero Ink Technology. The podcast provides an inside look into the company, its partners that utilize the technology and where ZINK Holdings LLC is headed.
Hear the Full Podcast:
Ep. 9: ZINK Explains the Resurgence around Portable Photo Printers