Economics & Forecasting
PRINTING United Alliance research reports provide timely, accurate analysis of the printing industry’s performance and prospects. Topics include how sales, confidence, profitability, and other key business indicators are trending; capital investment plans; hiring plans; compensation rates by job title; printing establishments and sales by state; and the developments — whether economic, technological, demographic, and social — that are redefining the industry.
Andrew D. Paparozzi is Chief Economist at PRINTING United Alliance. His responsibilities include analyzing and reporting on the printing industry’s performance and prospects. His primary responsibility, however, is being an observer of the industry, listening carefully to the issues and concerns of company owners, executives, and managers.
Paparozzi’s work at PRINTING United Alliance includes the COVID-19 Print Business Indicators Research series, the Growth Strategies and Capital Investment Report, the Printing Industry Markets and Products Report, and Economy Watch. He is a regular speaker at printing industry conferences and a regular contributor to the industry trade press.
Paparozzi joined PRINTING United Alliance in July 2018. Previously, he worked 31 years at the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), where he developed the Association’s State of the Industry Series, Capital Investment Report, and Compensation Series.