By this time we’ve pretty much all committed to the “New Year, New Us” motto! Whether it’s dedication to a new workout regime, a new diet or saving more money, we use January 1st as a fresh start to reform some of our bad habits. It is motivating and exciting! What is not exciting is when we see the statistic that only 20% of New Year’s Resolutions make it past February. While we sort out our 2018 personal goals and work on increasing that statistic this year, let’s focus on some professional resolutions, as well. How will you accelerate your company to the next level this year? We’re offering a few business resolutions to help with those efforts:
Here we are, concluding the year 2017; a year when America’s 45th president is inaugurated, a year when the country bands together in the face of Mother Nature and domestic terrorism, and a year when a UFC fighter takes on an undefeated boxer in the boxing ring. As always, the year zoomed by; almost as fast as the complete solar eclipse. In August, the entire country’s eyes were glued to the sky, with protective covering of course. Mother Nature truly showed its beauty. And as we look forward to 2018, let’s reflect on the year L & D Mail Masters had in 2017.
Canon Solutions announced today that L & D Mail Masters Inc. has enhanced its portfolio of solutions with the installation of the industry-leading Océ VarioPrint i300 inkjet color digital press. The addition of the VarioPrint i300 is proof that this WBENC operation continues its rich history of staying at the forefront of its industry through a combination of best-in-class leadership and an innovative suite of technology and solutions.
The push to get out and purchase United States Postal Service Forever stamps is undeniable. On January 21, 2018, the United States Postal Service (USPS) is raising their prices. Below you will find the price increase. Remember, you will still have three weeks of the New Year to prepare for these changes. If you'd like to know how these prices affect you and your campaign, reach out to your account executive today!
How is it the end of the year already? While this month could be VERY unproductive with parties, snacks and Secret Santa’s, I would love to give you some suggestions as to how to make the most of what we have left of 2017:
Can you believe next week is Thanksgiving already? November 23rd will be here in seven days. Another year in business has flown by. As time zooms by, our gratitude multiplies. Today, we’re showing our thankfulness for L & D Mail Masters’ location in New Albany, Indiana.
Continuing our month of thanksgiving, we’re exclaiming our gratitude for President of L & D Mail Masters, Diane Fischer. Daily, we are reminded what noble leadership we have. A woman who started the company with $500 and a telephone 31 years ago. One who wears tennis shoes and suits to work on the production floor right next to her employees. A President who emphasizes the importance of education and giving. We are not only grateful, but we are proud. What better way to celebrate Diane Fischer than sharing seven things you didn’t know about her:
As we prep the four-course menus and lay out our Thanksgiving Day agendas, the feeling of gratitude is in the air. November has to be one of the most optimistic months of the year. “I am grateful for…” posts have taken over social media, and it is a beautiful thing. We’re following suit. For the entire month of November, our blogs will be highlighting a few things we—as a company—are thankful for. This week we are starting with our employee benefits.
Chances are, if you are familiar with L & D Mail Masters you are familiar with Jill Peden and vice versa. Peden is a jack of all trades, so it was no surprise when she was named Leadership Southern Indiana’s Young Professional of the Year. However, Jill was surprised. As L & D Mail Masters’ Director of Business Development, she embraces community involvement and enjoys every bit of networking and volunteering. In an effort to recognize her even more this week, here are 8 more things you didn’t know about our Director of Business Development, Jill Peden:
“Flats.” It is the most searched word this month on ldmailmasters.com. For those of you wondering what a flat is—a flat is a mail piece that is too big in at least one direction to be a letter. So, we’re talking 9 x 12 inch envelopes, 10 x 13 inch envelopes, magazines, etc., and the list goes on. The United States Postal Service classification goes from letters to flats to parcels. Now, you’re wondering what can L & D Mail Masters do for you, if you want to ship a flat? I’m glad you asked.