Charlie Taublieb has been in the screen printing industry since 1976, and heads up Taublieb Consulting in Greenwood Village, Colorado, a company specializing in technical screen printing consulting for textile printers. The company performs evaluations on efficiency, productivity and technology with a goal of financial improvement.
Taublieb has been a consultant since the late 1970s and has worked with shops in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America. He is a technical writer for screen printing trade publications in many countries. Since 1980, Charlie has conducted workshops and seminars at shows and with distributors of screen printing products throughout the world. He started, and continues to conduct, workshops and seminars at the Imprinted Sportswear Shows. Charlie also speaks and conducts workshops in the USA at the SGIA and DAX shows. He speaks at shows for FESPA throughout the world, Communiquez Textile in France, PSI and TVP in Germany.
Charlie owned Great American Screen Designs in Brooklyn, New York an automated screen printing company. He later started Bullseye Screen Printing Supplies in Denver, Colorado, a screen printing supply company that specialized in textile printing.
He works with start-up companies as well as existing companies on designing their plant layout, helps with equipment purchasing decisions, training of techniques and procedures, and instituting paperwork to assure quality and repeatability of work.
Taublieb has and continues to work with screen printing manufacturers by helping to promote their brand and proper use of their products. He was voted Top Screen Printing Consultant the last time the survey was taken.
Charlie has judged the SGIA Golden Image Awards almost since their inception. He has won several of the awards as a printer and also judges the IMPRESSIONS Awards and has judged at several other screen printing shows.
Charlie Taublieb is a member of the Academy of Screen Printing Technology.
Taublieb is a graduate of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan with a BS in Fine Art, major in painting and minors in print making and drawing.