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Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. Every year the 2 Regular Guys share their thoughts on 10 things they would like to see happen in this new year. And a little review of last year’s hopes and predictions. Did any of the 2018 ideas actually happen? Our regular listeners know this, but 2 Regular Guys are all about garment decorating, a bit of fun, and no rants or lectures or selling. We are not doing this for our employers, but rather for our industry. Since February 2013, The 2 Regular Guys have been the first and the most listened to garment decorating industry podcast on this planet! We are humbled by all of you tuning in each week. We work hard to bring you information that will make your business better, and our industry better. Take a look at our incredible weekly guest list and you’ll understand where this industry goes for news, interviews and the heartbeat of garment decorating. Thanks for listening! News We are pretty excited to introduce a new feature we plan to have several times this year, with the first installment coming to you March 1, 2019. With the help of our friend, Kristine Shreve, we are honored to be able to provide a forum to discuss issues pertaining to women in the decoration industry. The goal is to openly discuss some issues, gain insight and make strides toward change. Kristine, being a seasoned 2 Regular Guys guest, is going to be the host and moderator of a panel of up to 3 other women and we need your help finding just the right guests. The first installment is "Is It Different For Women in the Industry?" and we want your suggestions for the best guest to join Kristine for this discussion. Check out this post on our Facebook Page and comment there or email us at info@2regularguys.com Canada-based Corel confirms that is has acquired Parallels, a virtual specialist, in order to expand its footprint in the world of business. A shifting business landscape, including the rise of cloud-based services, employees who bring their own device to work, and a variety of non-traditional work environments have created a demand for better software management practices that cover an array of things like security and usability, according to the company. Corel states it expects to make “significant investment into the Parallels business” because it believes it has “exceptional opportunities for growth.” This will likely include integration between its existing products and those of Parallels. 10 Things We Would Like to See Aaron - Jump in right where I left off last week. Business Plans, Business Plans Business Plans. I’d like to see our industry become the leading industry of companies that have a business plans.Terry - I’d like to see some innovation in the application of pretreatment in the DTG arena.Erich -  I’d like to see better communication and understanding between the commercial and cottage embroidery business spheres. The cottage side needs accessible solutions for software, education, both in the business and embroidery sides of their operations and can learn greatly from commercial embroiderers, but we can learn a great deal from the ability to create ‘tribes’ and personal connections, natural niche marketing, and even the fun and innovative use of the medium from the cottage and craft market. Cross pollination benefits everyone, and with the market going to small personalization, there’s a lot to share across the (imaginary) divide.Aaron - Education on a bigger scale. Only one school we know of offering a screen printing degree and honestly traditional education is dying. How about a 3 to 6 week boot camp supported by printers needing employees, not by manufacturer trying to sell machines. Support the local high school programs. Offer a good “first” jobs not just minimum wage.Terry - I’d love to see Epson (or another manufacturer) offer a desktop sublimation printer that uses the far less expensive liter bags. Advantage of the large format ink system but more o...

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