The digital print packaging market is estimated to reach $15.3 billion by 2018, more than doubling its market value as of 2013, according to a recent report from Smithers Pira. Innovation is necessity in this burgeoning market as packaging buyers seek creative and engaging methods for attracting and connecting with consumers.
For more than 14 years, Alliance Creative has built its brand around innovation, marketing itself as a full-service printing, packaging and brand management marketing company offering a range of design services, printing and packaging, product fulfillment and logistics and strategic marketing.
Alliance Creative currently maintains and operates three company websites (AllianceCreativeGroup.com, Print4aCause.com, and CorporateGifts4aCause.com) while pursuing a funding partner to help create and accelerate its bigger roll-up business model. One aspect to this business model is expanded marketing reach, through which Alliance Creative aims to raise brand visibility among potential clients, vendors, M&A opportunities and the investment community. In the long-run, Alliance Creative’s vision is to create a recognizable company with a portfolio of synchronized business divisions that collectively contribute to growth in overall revenues and profits.
In the last three years alone, Alliance Creative has recorded more than $30 million in total revenue, $2 million in net income, and has $6 million in total assets in the books.
Revenue growth is obviously hinged to client attention and retention, and to this accord Alliance Creative’s client list includes John Paul Mitchell Systems, the largest privately held beauty company in the world. The beauty company has worked with the Alliance Creative Group’s packaging division since 2002, and in mid-September contracted Alliance Creative to provide additional printing and packaging business for the PM Shines line.
“We are very proud of our new PM Shines line and Alliance Creative Group’s team has continued to prove to be a very valuable business partner and resource for John Paul Mitchell Systems. Although we have worked with ACG for over 12 years now they continue to exceed our expectations and I look forward to growing our relationship in the future,” John Paul Mitchell Systems Luke Jacobellis recently stated in a news release.
Alliance Creative’s third and fourth quarters have historically revealed strong performance. With enhanced marketing and a new contract with John Paul Mitchell Systems, the company is guiding for strong sales through the rest of the year. Heading into 2015, the sky’s the limit.
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