Solving Print's Pain Points

An exclusive Printweek supplement highlighting businesses that have risen to the industry's challenges.

Black Friday returns as printers and suppliers join in

Several printers and suppliers have got involved with this year’s Black Friday event by offering discounts and other promotions, although amid the ongoing cost-of-living crisis spending was expected...

Printing Charity luncheon celebrates strength of print and 2023 achievements

More than 150 guests attended the Printing Charity’s 194th Annual Luncheon yesterday where the guest speaker was the Charity’s president and Ofcom chair Michael Grade, Lord Grade of Yarmouth.

The change negotiations cover around 90 employees at the UPM Biofuels Lappeenranta biorefinery. Image: Google Maps

UPM businesses to start change negotiations on possible temporary layoffs

UPM Pulp, UPM Timber, UPM Communication Papers, and UPM Biofuels are set to start change negotiations on around 2,200 possible temporary layoffs.

Policy change: "Some print managers are going to have to change the way they work"

Chancellor acts to improve payment terms at public sector suppliers

Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement contained a new policy that could have a far-reaching – and positive – impact on parts of the industry.

Autumn Statement: industry reacts

Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement has been cautiously welcomed by print groups, with several of the chancellor’s 110 announced measures attracting particular praise.

Meehan (L) and Latham (R) are excited to get working

Safe handover at Fastsigns Huddersfield

Fastsigns Huddersfield has marked 20 years in business with a management buyout, as director Keven Mitchell steps back from the business.

Rogers: "The IPIA has consistently engaged with government on multiple levels this year"

IPIA urges chancellor to heed calls for business support

Ahead of this afternoon’s Autumn Statement, the IPIA said it was looking forward to the announcement of expanded business tax relief by the chancellor.

PFI Group forced to act over Signmaster

Workers at PFI Group subsidiary Signmaster have at last gained some clarity and have been told the business is going to administration.

Workers left in limbo at PFI subsidiary

Another PFI Group company has gone into administration, while the trading status of a separate subsidiary is unclear.

Drama as Telegraph sale process is paused

The sale process for the Telegraph Media Group and The Spectator magazine has been paused until next month, with the Barclay family racing to take back control of their former publishing assets.