December 19, 2017
The Imaging Alliance announces new Executive Board
The Imaging Alliance, the US-based organization that actively promotes the economic growth and sustainable development of both current and future imaging applications, has appointed Adam Mirabella its new President. Adam, who has had multiple senior positions at Manfrotto, brings a strong background in building and leading teams in digital and physical distribution, dealing with partners like Adorama, Amazon, Apple, B&H, Best Buy, and the specialty retail trade. The new team on the Alliance’s Executive Board includes Rob Altman from Canon USA, Rick Booth from Sigma Corporation, Jirair Christianian from Mike's Camera, Scott Luksh from Madavor Media, Meredith Reinker from Robert's Camera, and Julien Sauvagnargues from Olympus. more...

December 14, 2017
CE Week to move to the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
CT Lab Global Media announced that its official mid-year conference and technology showcase, CE Week, will take place June 20th – 21st at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. The decision was made shortly after the creation of CT Lab Global Media, a new business entity that has been created as a result of a partnership between IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics show, and NAPCO Media. In 2017, IFA hosted 250,000 visitors, more than 1,800 exhibitors in more than 1.7 million square feet of sold-out floor space at its annual Berlin-held exhibition, solidifying its role as the leading showcase for the global technology industry. CE Week producer NAPCO Media is a U.S. business-to-business media company and the publisher of Dealerscope, Technology integrator and Connected Design. more...

November 6, 2017
First quarter results of Cimpress N.V.
For the first quarter of its currrent fiscal year (July 1 to September 30, 2017), Cimpress N.V. has announced US$ 563.3 million in revenue, a 27 percent increase compared to the same quarter a year ago (US$ 443.7 million). Excluding the estimated impact from currency exchange rate fluctuations and revenue from businesses acquired or divested during the past twelve months, revenue grew 12 percent year over year in the first quarter. Gross margin in the first quarter was 49.6 percent, down from 52.0 percent in the same quarter a year ago due to lower Vistaprint gross margins as a result of significant growth in lower-margin new products which are not yet at scale, as well as a continued mix shift toward the company’s Upload and Print businesses which have a lower gross margin than the Vistaprint and National Pen businesses. more...