Checklist for Survival – The “Money” Video

This 10-minute video, titled the “Money Video,” is presented by John Stewart, Executive Director of the National Printing Research Council (NPRC). Stewart calls it a “fun” video because it takes an unusual approach to explaining profitability in the typical firm, and the approach used can easily be converted into a very informative seminar suitable for presenting to employees, especially those employees who think that if something costs $50 to purchase and you sell it for $100 that you are making a $50 profit or 50%! 
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Checklist for Survival – Critical Financial Ratios – Comparing Leaders vs. Laggards

This 16-minute video, presented by John Stewart, Executive Director of the National Printing Research Council (NPRC), discusses and compares the key financial operating ratios that tend to distinguish the “leaders” and the “laggards” in this industry. Know and understanding these ratios can truly make the difference between success and failure in this industry. 

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Checklist for Survival – Your Chart of Accounts

This 19-minute video, presented by John Stewart, Executive Director of the National Printing Research Council (NPRC), discusses the key income and expense categories that you need to detail and capture on y0ur current profit and loss statements (the chart of accounts) so that you can easily compare your firm’s performance against others. Stewart stresses the importance of tracking payroll costs and even more important what should and should not be included in that figure. 

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Checklist for Survival – Sales Per Employee

This 17-minute video, presented by John Stewart, Executive Director of the National Printing Research Council (NPRC), discusses “Sales Per Employee,” one of the simplest, yet most useful ratios in the printing industry today. , of QP Consulting, Inc. Using a series of charts and graphs, Stewart discusses the trends in the industry and the types of SPE levels you need to achieve if you are to be successful in this industry. 

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