The Future of Print

The Future of Print

Be ready for ongoing change We all could benefit from knowing the future, however the best we can do is plan and be prepared. At a recent meeting hosted by the Atlantic Printing and Imaging Association meeting in Halifax, there was a lively discussion with students...
Press Release: Connecting for Results Appoints Division Leadership

Press Release: Connecting for Results Appoints Division Leadership

Bob Dale, Mike Suter & Gord Griffiths Toronto, ON, January 25, 2024 – Today, strategic consulting firm, Connecting for Results (CFR), is pleased to announce the leadership assignments of its three business divisions. Following the firm’s significant growth since...
The ‘Future of Print’ Event with NSCC

The ‘Future of Print’ Event with NSCC

The best way to predict the future is to study the past. On December 7, 2023, our COO, Bob Dale, shared his insights on the future of print with students at Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC). Hosted by the Atlantic Printing & Imaging Association (APIA), Bob...
SPOTLIGHT: Bob Dale

SPOTLIGHT: Bob Dale

Chief Operating Officer & Senior Vice President Behind every great company is a team of great people. At Connecting for Results, our people are the foundation of our business, and we want you to get to know them better. In this series, we’ll be highlighting the...
Students Granted Scholarships at Annual Awards Night

Students Granted Scholarships at Annual Awards Night

On November 28, 2023, Graphic Communications Management (GCM) faculty, friends, donors and students at Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) celebrated a night of excellence in print education. Our COO, Bob Dale, joined this year’s annual GCM Awards Night, presenting...
The Value of Associations

The Value of Associations

Darren Loken, Connecting for Results, Pat McGrew, managing director, McGrew Group, and her colleague Jonathan McGrew with Bob Dale at the Printing United Expo. Association events offer unique opportunities to meet peers and find solutions for challenging issues....