This is the space on our website that is dedicated to the latest news and developments within NPRC. Some of the news items are for members only and others are available for all to read. This is where we will typically post the results of our latest industry and member-only surveys. When you have suggestions or comments we will post them here for all to see, unless of course you want your comments to remain confidential.
NPRC Launches popular survey
- NPRC is proud to announce it has just launched the industry's most popular and longest running survey - The 2019-2020 Financial Benchmarking Survey.
Improving financial ratios is the key to success in this industry, and that's why we bring you this survey every two years! Firms ...
Interested in boosting profits
and becoming a "Profit Leader" in 2019? If your answer is "Yes," we suggest you Click Here
and download NPRC's latest publication - The 2019 Financial Model & Goals sheet. At a quick glance,
you'll discover what the top 25% in our industry are reporting in ...Read More
NPRC has just announced
it has released the 2019 Wage & Benefits study
two weeks earlier than previously planned. Participants were sent their FREE copies of the study on Dec. 11, 2018. The new 2019 Printing Industry Wage & Benefits Study
was previously scheduled for release on Jan. 2, 2019 but, ...Read More
Order Two Pricing Studies & Save $84.50!
Ordered separately, these two popular studies would normally cost $338! However, order these studies together and you will pay ONLY $253.50
- a savings of 25% off the retail price. This sale applies only to PDFs. NPRC Members pay only $126.00! To place ...Read More
Wife Needs Help With Pricing
24-Page Booklet With Cover By John Stewart, Executive Director NPRC
Last week Mary (my wife) came into my office and asked me to help her price a 24-page booklet. A woman had just come into the shop and asked for a quote and Mary ...Read More
NPRC Releases Signs & Wide Format Pricing Study The 2018-2019 Signs & Wide Format Pricing Study
is NPRC's newest research study, and it is now available for immediate shipment. This study has already proven to be a real eye-opener for many firms! Order this new study
today by visiting NPRC's Bookstore at ...Read More
The Endowment Principle
And Valuing Your Business
By John C. Stewart, Executive Director, NPRC “The endowment principle suggests that an owner of an object tends to attribute a higher value to that object because he owns it. Consequently, the owner of a business may think that the business has a ...Read More
Pricing Variations Between Markets
A Myth Says Industry Pricing Expert
By John C. Stewart, Executive Director, NPRC As publisher of key industry pricing studies for the past 30+ years, there is one recurring comment I hear repeated week after week and month after month from printers around the country, and ...Read More
The 2018 Printing Industry Bindery Services Pricing Study
is now available for immediate shipment from the National Printing Research Council (NPRC). This brand new study is one of the most popular pricing studies published in the printing industry. Released May 15, 2018, this study covers pricing for dozens and dozens of ...Read More
You asked for it, so we did it!
Recently we received some inquiries from owners who have been thinking about purchasing our latest pricing study - The 2018 Digital Color Pricing Study,
but told us that before they placed an order they would like to view the Table of Contents
- ...Read More
PRELIMINARY SAMPLE PRICING FROM NEW NPRC BINDERY SERVICES SURVEY
Interested in some preliminary, “early bird” sample pricing extracted from NPRC’s 2018 Bindery Services Pricing Survey?
– then check out some of our pricing below. Remember, every printing firm
that participates in this survey will receive a copy of the final ...Read More
Purchasing Paper – A Growing Challenge or
Business as Usual for Many Printing Firms? The National Printing Research Council
recently conducted a survey dealing with some of the classic issues confronting printers when it comes to purchasing paper, and while there were no “real surprises” uncovered, we did get a ...Read More