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‘Everyone wants a solution – bigger, faster or better’


By Darryl DanielliJo Francis, 01 September 2015

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Last week was the main judging day for the PrintWeek Awards was held, so we took the opportunity to grill more than 20 leading buyers on subjects ranging from what challenges they face, what drives innovation, and what blocks it, and the perfect manifesto for print.

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