I view PINE as a consultant that is just a phone call away. I like knowing that resource is always available to me and my company.
The Allied Group
The printing industry has changed more in the last 10 years than in the preceding 50, and because of that, support from a professional management association is more critical today than ever before.
No individual can keep up the endless flow of changes that continually reshape graphic communications. Owners of small businesses - which still dominate the print service provider landscape - often are involved in the three most important functions of their business: sales, finance and production. Sometimes even they are overwhelmed.
Owners and CEOs at larger commercial operations have senior executives leading sales, finance and production. Many of PINE's largest member companies turn to us for information and guidance throughout the year.
PINE has amassed a vast amount of history about the region's industry. We serve as "the front door" to New England's $11 billion print marketplace. Resources, contacts, formal and informal networks stretch across the region and into the fabric of the nation's $170 billion printing industry through PINE's position as one of the larger regional affiliates of Printing Industries of America.
Owners, CEOs and company presidents turn to PINE for assistance with business valuation formulas, counsel on potential ownership changes, or exit strategies, acquisition opportunities, and more.
Enthusiastic entrepreneurs who move laterally into the print service provider sphere looking to leverage their business expertise acquired elsewhere, turn to PINE for navigational aides in a new marketplace.
Any business owner who would like personal consultation on how PINE can help with the strategic direction of your company, contact PINE President Tad Parker at 508-804-4114.