New York City’s digital printing market has been on a steady march for more than a decade, according to a new report from the digital publishing research firm Digipen.
But the company Digipens research, released Wednesday, paints a picture of a landscape that’s changing more quickly than most.
Digital printing is now a bigger and more profitable part of the print-on-demand (POD) market than digital print, according the report, which analyzes POD print sales and their impact on the local print economy.
It notes that while digital print has increased at a similar rate in recent years, POD is still shrinking.
“The print industry is changing faster than most other sectors,” Digipena’s Matt Stansfield said in a statement.
“As digital printing becomes more important, it is only a matter of time before the print industry will become obsolete.”
Digipen said it found that digital printing was the dominant POD market in New York this year, but it also found that the print business in other parts of the city, such as Los Angeles and Atlanta, is doing better than it has in years past.
“As the digital print industry expands, it will only become more profitable and have a more significant impact on print businesses across the country,” the report states.
The digital printing trend is the latest trend in a larger shift toward a digital publishing economy.
In 2017, digital print sales rose 17% to $9.1 billion, according Digipenn, a sign that the industry is in a more sustainable growth phase.
Digital print has also seen a slight uptick in the past year, however, as more publishers start to focus on digital printing.
The overall market is projected to reach $22.9 billion by 2020, according Poynter.
Digital Printing is GrowingFast Digital printing is growing fast.
According to Digipenz, digital printing is the fastest-growing segment of the printing market in the United States.
It is growing at a 10% annual rate over the past five years, and the growth rate is projected for the next five years to exceed 25%.
Digital print revenues grew from $2.3 billion in 2016 to $11.9.5 billion in 2020, with the growth expected to continue, the report says.
The report notes that the POD printing market is growing in part because of digital publishing.
“Digital print is becoming increasingly popular in print, and as print becomes more popular, POCs will become more attractive,” the analysis says.
As digital publishing is growing rapidly, print will continue to play an increasingly important role in the print economy.” “
Printing is becoming more popular across the US, and it is not limited to print.
As digital publishing is growing rapidly, print will continue to play an increasingly important role in the print economy.”
Digital Printing Is Not an End in Sight Digital printing will be one of the key sectors of the printed economy for many years to come.
It has become increasingly important as the print printing business expands, Digipench says.
But while digital printing has been the dominant print market for a long time, it’s still a smaller market than it was in the late 1990s, when it was at the forefront of the POC business.
Digipenos research indicates that the growth of the digital market is slowing down as print is gaining more and more importance in the POG industry.
In fact, the share of digital print revenue is projected decline in 2020 to about a quarter of total POD revenue.
The growth of digital printing in the US has been steady for the last 10 years, the company notes.
It says that, as digital print becomes a more important part of print business, it “will only become less important.”
Digital Printing Will Grow Over TimeDigipens also looked at how the print print market has grown in other regions.
Digital print sales in other countries, including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, were projected to grow 10% in 2020.
It projects that the overall print market in North America will grow at a rate of more than 20%.
Digital printing also accounts for about 20% of the world’s POD revenues, the firm said.
Digital Print Is Growing FastThe market is also growing faster in North and South America.
The POD business there is growing faster than in Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and the United Arab Emirates, the analysis shows.
Digital printing was responsible for more print revenue in North American and Latin American countries in 2020 than it did in North Asia, the Middle East and Europe, and Latin America is also seeing faster growth than North America.
The growth of print sales is largely driven by print-based digital printing platforms, the Digipendens report states, with PODs growing fastest in the Philippines, Brazil, India, Singapore, Mexico and the Caribbean.
The digital print market is in an “advanced stage,” said Stansfeld, Dig