Adare SEC strengthens position as communications management expert for the public sector
A 30-year heritage of partnering with the public sector to transform citizen communications translates into the knowhow that enables Adare SEC to drive maximum efficiency, accuracy and quality for its...
Restructures, M&A and job losses dominate year end
While it wasn’t all bad news, festive cheer was in short supply in December’s listicle and the ramifications of some of the biggest stories are likely to be felt well into 2024.
PFI Group woes writ large in November’s most-read articles
The fallout from the challenges facing the PFI Group and the resulting impact on its various business dominated our listicle of November’s biggest news stories.
Featuring our usual selection of thought-provoking insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views, your October & November issue opens with a briefing on new ways to grow your business…
As ever, the Knowledge Bank section is the meat in our Printweek sandwich, nestled between our six-page news round-up and the Product Portfolio section.
Communisis in talks over potential sale
Communisis has confirmed it is in advanced talks with a number of potential buyers, as its US parent company enters Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in 14 months.
Unlikely trio top June’s listicle
What do a retired punk and a popular YouTuber have in common with a devastating mail facility fire? They were all in the top three most-read stories in our listicle for June. Read on to catch-up on...
Kalamazoo – a century pedigree in security print
Discover how Kalamazoo, a division of Adare SEC, has been producing secure documents for organisations and governments across the world for over 100 years.
The February and March issue is out now. Our ‘2023 Shortlist issue’ is jam-packed with the best the UK print industry has to offer as well as all the usual thought-provoking insights and the latest news and views...
Then issue opens with a question: Is the fact there are fewer skilled workers in print a bad thing?