Printers worn-out by Covid-19 and who have been expecting a quick economic recovery may have to wait until at least 2022, according to results of the the Spring 2021 Industry Survey published by the National Printing Research Council (NPRC).
Survey participants were initially provided an exclusive early glimpse at this report in return and in appreciation for for their efforts in participating in the survey.
NPRC’s newest report is 8-pages in length and is based upon a survey conducted between April 20-22. The survey attracted more than 175 participants and tackled key questions regarding the on-going impact that Covid-19 has had on sales and productivity since the pandemic first reared its head in early 2020.
Popular topics covered by the Spring survey included the impact Covid-19 has had on operating hours, the viability of competitors, average and median industry sales for 2019-2021 and past, current and future sales per employee (SPE). The survey also addresses steps printers are currently taking to recapture customers and increase sales.
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