6770 NW Century Blvd Hillsboro, OR 97124
6770 NW Century Blvd Hillsboro, OR 97124

Powerful Print Solutions

Pristine offset printing, and quick turn-around digital printing ensures your project looks good and arrives on time – even under the tightest deadlines.
Powerful Web portal Solutions

Combine personalization, innovative ordering, integrated marketing, with customizable 24-hour / world-wide ordering access right from your desktop! Now connecting users and assisting in managing brand assets is just a click away!
Powerful Project Management

We will manage complex projects from direct mail, content data management, mailing lists, variable assembly, packaging and delivery. We do it all!
Powerful and Effective Direct Mail

We will print, fold, bind and mail. Being a qualified supplier to the US Postal Service, we will connect your marketing with your customer list. These are complex tasks we do to take the worry off of you.
Powerful branding through Self Promotion

We can apply your brand to all kinds of surfaces. From t-shirts and jackets to vehicles, pens, frisbees, cups and.. well, pretty much anything. We do much more than just apply ink to paper.
Powerful On Demand Fulfillment

We can reduce your overhead, track your items and maintain a tight inventory. Whatever time or day, we can process your orders with our automated online ordering, allowing you to meet your client’s and dealer’s expectations.
Powerful Packaging

The world is 3-D. And we have the technology to design, construct, die-cut and deliver a full range of packages created to your exact specifications in all kinds of materials.
Powerfully Easy

Our tech savvy and obsession over print never gets in the way of our most important business practices: being honest, doing the right thing and being approachable and accommodating. Being friendly, knowledgeable professionals has always been key to keeping our customers happy.

Come visit. Take the tour. We’d love to have the opportunity to show you just how powerful a printing partner can be.

  • Stacy Henderson, President, Kmotion, Inc.
    Stacy Henderson, President, Kmotion, Inc.

    Having worked with Lithtex for several years, we rely heavily on their expertise and proactive problem solving. We have worked with multiple printers and print reps, and always feel confident using Lithtex as our go-to, as their knowledge and expertise are clearly superior in a very competitive industry.

Sell Yourself at Your Next Job Interview

Sell Yourself at Your Next Job Interview

We’ve all been there before. You sit across the table from a potential employer, nervous but hopeful that you do well enough to be considered. They ask you a question, and suddenly your mind goes completely blank. Why would you be a good fit for this job? What are your biggest strengths? For some reason, you can’t seem to think of any.

Interviewing with potential employers can be a daunting, and even slightly terrifying, task. Especially if it’s a job you’re incredibly interested in, the interview process can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are ways to make the process go smoother. Whether you’re in the market or you’ve had the same job for years, preparing for an interview is never a bad decision. Here’s how to sell yourself at your next job interview.

1. Know your audience.
First and foremost, it’s important to do your research on the company and interviewers—if you know who they are—before going in for the interview. You wouldn’t try and sell a product without knowing who your target audience was, so you definitely don’t want to try and sell yourself without knowing who your interviewers are.

Look up information about the company online, and then bring it up during the interview. This will (1) give you points to connect with your interviewers on, and (2) show that you care enough about the job to put in a little extra effort. When you know your audience, you’ll feel more comfortable talking and building a relationship, rather than trying to sell yourself to people you barely know.

2. Market your brand.
Once you know your audience, your next step is in marketing your brand. Again, imagine you’re selling a product. Your product has to have a brand, a certain image that draws consumers in and helps them identify your product as your own. In an interview, you are the product, so brand yourself. Are you strong and confident? Perhaps kind and gentle, or direct and a little sassy.

The most important part is recognizing your own character strengths and then playing those up as your brand. Be sure your outfit is inline with the image you want to portray, along with your resume, cover letter and business card. Every aspect of yourself should demonstrate your brand and who you are throughout the interview.

3. Be a solution to a problem.
If a company is interviewing potential new employees, that means they have a need to fill. Ask yourself: how can you fill the need? During the interview process, you want to demonstrate how you fill the need vastly more than other interviewees, so, be a solution to the problem. Do your research on both the position and the company, and any potential issues the company may have. Then, come up with ideas before the interview on how you can create a solution. When you demonstrate your skills to the company during the interview, they’ll be more inclined to hire you when they see how you can help them.

4. Show your stories.
And finally, one of the biggest rules of marketing: stories sell. During your interview, do more than just tell why you’re a good candidate. Show them why you matter by providing engaging, thought-provoking, examples-driven stories. Not only will this build a real connection and make you seem more personable, but it will truly sell yourself to the interviewers. Do you have an example of work you’ve done in the past? Tell the story behind it, what lead up to it and what you learned from it. Interviewers will feel more connected and buy your product—you.

Whether you’re still looking for a job or are happily employed, it’s never too early to learn how to nail an interview. Try out some of these marketing tactics at your next job interview and sell yourself to a potential employer.