Film’s Edge

East Coasters Will Love Reno

Aug 5th, 2015

The East Coast of the United States is home to some of the greatest cities in the world. The nation’s largest city, the nation’s Capital and the nation’s birthplace all reside in the East, each pulling in millions of tourists annually. With so much to do on the East Coast, why is the WFCT heading […]

Do You Even Brand, Bro?

Feb 18th, 2015

In college, I took a graphic design class that kept me up at night—not because of the academic difficulty, but because my professor devoted a portion of the class to the art of branding. Many of the points he made were simply brilliant. He started by going through the history and evolution of the term, […]

Why Are So Many Tinters Such Rebels?

Jan 21st, 2015

Have you ever had a former employee quit and start his own tinting business in the same area? It seems like chances are, if you’re a tint shop owner, this has happened to you. While I know this phenomena takes place in many industries, it appears to be disproportionately common for window tinters to do […]

French Made

Oct 29th, 2014

Some of you may know that Window Film magazine’s parent company, Key Communications, publishes several other magazines as well. While they differ in subject matter, they all have something to do with glass. Last week, I attended the glasstec show in Dusseldorf, Germany, the largest glass show in the world, on behalf of our publication […]

Looking Back at WFCT

Oct 15th, 2014

With it being my first WFCT, I tried to absorb everything like a sponge. I’d like to share certain bits of wisdom that I picked up from industry veterans throughout the week. The conference was about increasing professionalism and profits, that’s for sure. This was evidenced in the educational seminars, particularly the ones about adding […]

See You at WFCT

Sep 24th, 2014

Two weeks from today, the International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ (WFCT) will be held in Baltimore. I, for one, am excited. I have a few goals I’ve set for myself during the event and wanted to share them with you – as they most certainly apply. To meet as many of you as I […]

My First Two Weeks in Window Film

Jul 16th, 2014

Well, I am now a two-week veteran in the window film industry. Despite the steep learning curve, I like to think that I am catching on to what you all are so passionate about quickly. And I must say, you have some reasons to be passionate. In just two weeks on the job I have […]

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