Speaking on Business: Alexander’s Print Advantage
The specialty for Alexander’s Print Advantage is web to print, meaning if you can dream it, they can print it.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
Jeff Alexander started his print business, Alexander’s Print Advantage in Lindon, almost 40 years ago because he needed a job after he graduated from college. It started as a retail copy center, but as the industry changed, he realized there was more opportunity by switching to commercial printing. In the mid-90s, he became a commercial printer and has watched his business grow ever since. Alexander’s Print Advantage now has 120 employees and is in the process of constructing a new building in Lindon to accommodate their growth.
As a commercial printer, the specialty for Alexander’s Print Advantage is web to print, meaning if you can dream it, they can print it. Alexander’s Print Advantage is set up to offer short production runs, and customers love this versatility. They’ve connected with franchise companies so franchisees can order their printed materials as often as they need. At Alexander’s Print Advantage, they’re working with publishing companies, packing and shipping at least 1,000 books every day.
A secret to their success and continual growth, especially when the print industry has faced contraction, is to leverage technology to grow their business. Alexander’s Print Advantage has invested in top-of-the-line equipment, so they’re serving organizations nationwide, with 70 percent of their business being shipped out of state.
Check them out online at www.alexanders.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
Alexander’s Print Advantage
245 S. 1060 W.
Lindon, UT 84042