Kourtny Schmelig

Kourtny Schmelig
Kourtny Schmelig, Marketing Specialist at Mark Andy, has a passion for brand promotion, event coordination, and all things printing. Kourtny will soon acquire her Master’s Degree from Webster University in New Media Production and continue building her marketing and media expertise. When not in the office, Kourtny enjoys exploring the St. Louis area with her two dachshunds, Macon and Jello.
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Recent Posts

Resolutions for a Profitable New Year

It’s the start of a new year and that means the start of a whole new set of objectives. New year’s resolution season is upon us, making it the perfect time to revamp current business workflows and inspire new ideas to start the year out with a bang! Here is a list of New Year’s resolutions to take your business to the next level in 2018.

New Year. New Faces. Same Mark Andy.

Having recently been named the exclusive distributor of DuPont™ Cyrel® flexographic platemaking systems in the US, Mark Andy Print Products expands its domestic sales force to support its significant growth and expanding product lines.

Cut the Cost of Customization with Digital Hybrid Technology

We are in an age where variety is required, customization is key to product success, and SKU proliferation has taken over.

Record Setting Labelexpo for Mark Andy

Labelexpo Europe 2017 proved to be another successful event for Mark Andy and our global network of distributors.

Uncork Decorative Potential with Digital Hybrid

The Wine and Spirits Industry is growing fast and isn’t expected to slow down. According to the Beverage Information Group, wine consumption has continued to rise year after year since 1998.

Mark Andy to Launch Digital Screen Printing Alternative at Labelexpo

On Stand 4C45, the company will debut a new digital alternative to traditional rotary screen printing, the latest option in the company’s growing digital hybrid portfolio.

Boosting Revenue with Hybrid Printing and In-line Converting

With the overall success of digital printing, most conventional label and packaging printers are moving forward with plans to integrate digital hybrid options to their already robust flexographic workflows.

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