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2550 United Lane
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 USA

Achieving The Highest Standards Every Day!

Nice people. Tough standards. We love what we do. The passion we have for our work enables us to take ownership of our clients' projects. We constantly strive to deliver the highest-quality products possible. Our customers have come to rely on us to provide sound technical support and advice. There is no greater satisfaction than delivering a finished product that helps a client reach its goals and objectives. We specialize in helping to solve problems.

Our Mission

Our mission is to become and remain a vital segment of our customers' businesses by providing timely, quality and competitively priced graphic communications products, while at the same time continually utilizing our creative and innovative abilities to help improve the competitive position of our customers as well as our company.

Guiding Principles

We have been in business for over 75 years and we're proud of the strong roots we've built in our community. We pride ourselves upon being a complete source for all of your business printing needs and have always focused on positioning ourselves at the leading edge of technology. We understand that an investment in technology can actually save money by improving efficiencies.  We strongly believe in balancing the "high-tech" with the "high-touch."

We will continue to evolve as a diversely skilled, fast-moving team of professionals ready to learn from each other and meet whatever challenges our clients may face.

5 Big Benefits of Business Networking

5 Big Benefits of Business Networking

The term “networking” typically refers to those in the business community—small business owners, professional individuals and even large companies. According to Dictionary.com, networking conveys “... the exchange of information or services among individuals, groups or institutions; specifically: the cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business.”

Networking builds relationships between individuals, small businesses and companies. So why are building these relationships important? We have some ideas.

1. Networking builds connections for the future.
Though there can be immediate results, networking builds a stronger foundation for the future by establishing meaningful connections today. For example, the more networking you partake in, the wider and deeper your network will grow. So, what does this mean? This means as you or your business continue to grow and network, you will further your reach and connections to the community. These relationships will only deepen in years to come as you continue to build up your network in the future.

2. Networking gets your name out there.
Networking simply means marketing an individual. When you or your employees go to networking events or get involved in networking groups, they market themselves to every other person there. This proves especially powerful because it gets your name out and circulating. When it comes to marketing efforts, word of mouth marketing works as a huge contributor. Potential clients and employers trust their friends and family. So when you build a network, those people go on to talk to others. Then, their friends and family, having been referred to you through word of mouth, are more likely to engage. And the cycle continues, so on and so forth.

3. Networking establishes your expertise.
Networking also serves as a useful tool in establishing your expertise in its field. The beauty of networking is in the conversations and relationships built up between individuals. When these conversations are used as a time to discuss the importance of your work, networking establishes a foundation of expertise. When you or your business serve as an expert in the community on an issue, potential clients will be much more likely to try out your services, because they believe in your credibility more than a competitor’s.

4. Networking draws referrals.
Similar to getting your name out there, networking is a useful way to draw referrals. Whether those referrals act as employers, employees or clients—networking establishes a system of referrals. As more and more people get to know you or your business on a personal level—literally the very employees within—they will feel more connected and more likely to refer others they know to you. Some professional networking groups even have entire databases of individuals and businesses, which can be searched and utilized at any member’s discretion.

5. Networking produces ROI.
Finally, one of the greatest components of networking—it produces ROI, or return on investment. The more time you invest in networking opportunities or groups, the greater your return will be. It’s no wonder businesses, corporations and even professional individuals strongly encourage networking, and you can adapt these same principles as well.

When it comes to promoting you or your business, networking is a powerful tool for word-of-mouth marketing. Whether online, in networking groups or at a networking event, you can build sustainable relationships with other individuals, and establish your business as a focal point of the community. See what opportunities are available and try out networking for yourself.