Yes! With a traditional print transaction, we would receive an order from you to print a specific number of books, and then would invoice you for that print run. With EasyPrint, we are taking orders and collecting payment directly from your conference attendees or course participants, which means you are no longer being invoiced (and, you don’t have to worry about ordering too many).
We set a price based on your estimate of how many pages will be in the book. We allow for some fluctuation in page count and will work with your team to make sure we can include all the materials that are needed.
No. We believe that some learners still love print, and we want them to have it. We’re willing to take that risk!
We set up a simple online store featuring only your materials, and we provide you the link. You can then promote the option to order books as part of your pre-event communications and during the registration process, directing users to this link.
We ship to each individual participant.
We can start taking orders as early as you’d like and can continue to take orders until the materials need to go to print. You’ll work with your Omnipress project manager to determine a print and mail schedule that works for everyone. After that time, orders can still be filled for last minute purchases or even after the event is complete.
They can do both, based on your organization’s preferences. We can accept pre-orders within a specified window of time so attendees receive their books ahead of the conference. We can also allow attendees to order a book after the conference ends as an ongoing reference piece.
If you are handling the design and layout, simply send us a print-ready PDF file. If you need help with design, or final formatting, we can do that too! Note that this work is considered separate from EasyPrint™ and would require an estimate.
Yes, we can ship internationally with EasyPrint. For domestic shipments (within the 50 U.S. states), shipping is included with the cost of the book for the purchaser. For international shipments, the shipping costs are added as a separate charge for the purchaser.