A Time of Change – Big Ideas People for Educational Content
Organizations who have deep roots and flexibility are likely the best to withstand challenges sure to come their way. Successful businesses are willing to take risks and evolve, not only to survive, but to get ahead. It’s those who stand firm in their culture and unwilling to change who are unlikely to move forward.
July 20, 2011 marks another official change for Omnipress.
For decades, we’ve focused on collecting and producing educational conference materials in digital and print formats. And moving forward, the distribution of educational content will still remain in print or some form of electronic delivery, but the change this time comes in the way we help associations view their educational content.
That’s where the big ideas come in!
Yes, our customers choose us for printing workbooks, proceeding binders, programs, as well as collecting abstracts online and putting content on CD or flash drive. But they find value in our expertise to help them transform their educational content into a valuable asset.
Working with 900 associations each year, we get the opportunity to learn the deep challenges our customers are faced with. They too, know that standing firm like an oak and resisting change weakens them over time. It’s this experience and understanding that has motivated Omnipress to bend. To be more about new ways and practical solutions to take on those challenges… Helping those who work with us bend too.
A Change in Culture Brings With It a New Look
With the change comes a new look… Something fresh! And, we’re excited to share our ideas with you through our new web site. Here are some newer things you’ll find at omnipress.com:
- Expansion into training events and educational publications
- A Big Ideas section packed full of helpful ideas, tips and real-life examples
- Knowledge center solutions that helps turn educational content into valuable assets
- A portfolio of our team, who is at the root of our big ideas
You can read the full press release here: “Omnipress Expands Services Beyond Conferences“