Once upon a time the computer (and later the birth of the internet) will turn offices and businesses into near paperless environments. It doesn't play like that, right?
And while it's true that a large amount of information can be accessed online and more and more of us today are carrying mobile web browsers, the demand for printed materials is not much reduced. Medical printing requires design that is usually not too flashy and looks quite decent.
Businesses from all sizes are still aggressively printing brochures. Products are still manually equipped. Politicians from all walks of life still produce brochures and political literature.
There are still bulletins, newspapers, magazines, telephone books, and catalogs. It is very important now for organizations to find small business printing that can be relied upon for their promotional material like thirty years ago.
Even the business that most people do not associate with printed material can have significant printing needs that are sustainable; a good example is a medical industry.
Reference material for the general public.
Hospitals, clinics, or HMOs will need medical printing departments that are able to keep countless leaflets, brochures, notifications, and reminders needed every year on an ongoing basis.
There is an unwavering demand for clear literature and is available whenever individuals are faced with an unknown or sudden illness.
Manual and employee handbook.
As you can imagine, the medical industry is an information-intensive environment. Whether you are a doctor, dentist, surgeon, registered nurse, regular or social worker, there are a large number of policies and procedures and often there are serious consequences when not communicated well or thoroughly. In addition, these policies and procedures often undergo ongoing changes and revisions.