We’re adapting and finding new ways to navigate the new normal now," said Stephen Buchanan.
Stephen Buchanan, Business Development Manager. Kao Collins09.08.20
Watching for – and responding to – disruptive technology and changing consumer interest factors into business decisions every day. But the coronavirus pandemic changed almost everything.
Countries locked down. Consumers became hoarders. Business travel stopped.
Few leaders or strategic planners could have envisioned the worldwide disruption from the spread of COVID-19, but finding ways to endure and thrive when these events happen is part of strategic planning and visionary leadership.
The industrial inkjet printing industry was no exception.
Kao Collins, which manufactures inkjet ink for commercial printers, has seen significant increases in orders for some inks and decreases for other inks.
“We’re adapting and finding new ways to navigate the new normal now,” said Stephen Buchanan, business development manager at Cincinnati-based Kao Collins.
A research and development chemist, Buc
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