Who We Are...
PrintPlanet provides a unique open discussion community for professionals working in printing and graphic communications. Since 1996, the PrintPlanet Community has grown to more than 115,000, becoming the World's largest networked community of Graphic communications, commercial print and service providers.
PrintPlanet reaches an influential audience that includes:
PrintPlanet is the place where technology and operations questions are asked and answered. "When I need real answers PrintPlanet is where I come," say several members. They ask questions of their peers and receive concise information without annoying sales-pitches.
- Owners, C-suite and senior operations executives who make the buying decisions.
- Print production pros, including designers, press operators, supervisors and plant managers who recommend and use graphic arts systems and consumables, daily.
PrintPlanet forums are segmented by subject for easy navigation and reference-it's where Members routinely discuss the latest technology prior to making an investment. This is at the core of what makes PrintPlanet unique for our user community and our sponsors. This is simply "An Audience Like None Other!"
PrintPlanet offers an exceptional opportunity for sponsors to be at the focal point of discussion and build important thought leadership positions with this professional, networking community.
We feature our sponsors' message(s) through more exclusive placements, editorials, videos and social channels. Sponsor messages do not compete nor get lost in the volume of press releases and daily news, as our content is Member generated. As such, sponsors are more intimately considered by this quality prospect audience.
For sponsorship inquiries, please visit our contact page.
Key PrintPlanet Staff
Paul R. White-Editor in Chief, CEO
Twenty years of C-Level management in database publishing, imaging, enterprise-content management and related technologies. As a high-profile writer and consultant in the digital document / digital printing industry, Paul created and built publications that helped to define the digital document industry: publisher of Print On Demand Business, co-founder of DPS Magazine and others.
A believer in harnessing the latest technology to promote growth, Paul is CEO of PrintPlanet.com-the World's largest on-line community of print professionals. PrintPlanet's active member-driven content enables an enhanced educational experience, by providing continuing resolutions for critical business issues that are vital to the printing industry.
Vincent Naselli-VP of Business Development
More than twenty years of printing industry senior management roles in business development, marketing and sales with Agfa, Screen USA and TrendWatch Graphic Arts-a digital market research organization owned by Reed Elsevier.
Since 2004, Vince has provided organizations with outsourced business development, sales, marketing and research services, applied to a broad range of projects, with expertise in digital media and on-line publications through his private consulting practice. His hands-on knowledge of manufacturers, technology, project management and B2B marketing applications help connect sponsors and advertisers with their key target audiences. Prior to leading business development for PrintPlanet, he held similar responsibilities at WhatTheyThink.com
Sean O'Leary-Editor, CTO
Working in the printing and graphics industry since 1978, Sean has extensive experience in marketing, advertising and public relations. His client list has included manufacturers in the wide-format, laminating, print finishing and paper handling markets. As founding publisher and editor of Big Picture Magazine, Sean spent five years reporting on the game changing evolution of digital printing, both in wide-format and traditional graphics markets. He has contributed to, Screen Printing, Signs of the Times, Visual Merchandising + Store Design and other B2B publications. He is a regular contributor and keeps things running smoothly at PrintPlanet.
A regular contributor to PrintPlanet, Richard has been a well-known and respected industry analyst and author since 1994. He also contributes to many other industry publications and information resources, including: SGIA Journal, Wide Format & Signage, Printing News (formerly Quick Printing), Inkjet's Age and WhatTheyThink.
Richard is the co-editor of The GATF Encyclopedia of Graphic Communications, as well as several other books on graphics hardware and software; he is also co-author, with Dr. Joe Webb, of This Point Forward.