At the age of 31, the owner's father was drafted into the United States military during WWII and served his country overseas. After the war, he returned to the United States and began helping others set up their own graphic reproduction company in New York City. Although trained as an attorney, he was asked to join the company and eventually bought it out. The company employed 140 employees and worked on several major photographic exhibits, including The Family of Man, which traveled around the world. In 1966, he sold the company.
After working on several other photographic exhibits for two and a half years, he decided to pursue a different line of work, namely photography reproduction. He founded GFI Communications Corp. in 1971 in order to provide clients with quality reproductions of their favorite photographs. The company did so well that his son joined the staff in 1973 upon graduating from college, and became involved with the printing side of the business and eventually expanded the company to include graphic design services.
Since its founding more than 40 years ago, GFI Communications Corp. has grown exponentially. While we may be larger, we continue to provide the same level of quality and service to our clients today as we did back then. Our focus is on satisfying our clients' needs and exceeding their expectations.