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Karstedt Partners to provide digital consulting for FLAG



Published September 4, 2013
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Karstedt Partners, LLC has announced that they have entered into a National Vendor Agreement with the Flexo Label Advantage Group, LLC (FLAG) to provide FLAG members with consulting services in the area of Digital Printing and associated technologies. Through this agreement FLAG member companies will have discounted access to Karstedt Partners' reports and analysis. 

"For the past few years many label converters have used our Commercialization Assessment Reports (CARs) to assess the viability of bringing a digital press into their product offering mix. Each report includes the iVAT, (investment Value Assessment Tool) which allows companies to evaluate how a digital press would affect their bottom line. The tool offers unbiased evaluation criteria to help firms make such a major decision. We have similar agreements with other groups that have brought solid value to their members. We look forward to helping label converters of all sizes cost-effectively evaluate digital printing options for their businesses." says Kevin Karstedt, CEO of Karstedt Partners.

"We are very pleased to be working with the experts at Karstedt Partners. Many of our Members are medium sized label converters facing huge challenges in their markets and FLAG is committed to helping them level the playing field with the big guys." notes John McKay, President of FLAG. "We look forward to discussing these and other topics at our fall Annual FLAG Members Meeting in Cincinnati where Karstedt Partners will be presenting."

Recently Karstedt and McKay discussed the main challenges small and mid-sized label converters face in an in-depth interview available on Karstedt Partners TV. More interviews, discussions, and event coverage will be posted soon.
 


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