Good to see a printing business still thriving and getting funding in order to expand their services. There would always be different needs from other businesses in terms of printing needs, all it takes is just a little searching around for demand.
Richard - http://printscanada.com
Definitely, for a local printing company, that award means a lot. I am surprised that such a small company is able to compete on equal footing with the big wigs of the industry. Congrats to them!
To be denied of a diploma purely because of printing error is really an infuriating thing. Imagine waiting for 10 weeks not knowing if you had graduated or not. If it were me, I would lodge a formal complaint against the school in that delay caused me income or job opportunities.
I think that the printing business has become more competitive due to more and more people choosing to store documents in software form rather than on paper. Finding ways to stay profitable and yet still be environmentally friendly is one of the hardest things to do, and yet this company is able to do so. Kudos to them.