Fitting a quart into a pint pot
The Covid pandemic changed so much. It redefined retail, forced organisations to change working practices, led to the rise of remote working, and proved that technology has a very distinct role to...
Killer App: Minuteman Press Bath dresses van to plug city festival
The past few months have seen several major cultural events that generated large amounts of print – the Coronation of King Charles III and Eurovision in Liverpool to name two – but the usual busy...
Print remains stubbornly a pale and male sector
Despite some increase in the number of women employed in the industry, print continues to stand out as a particularly non-diverse sector. But why? And what should be done?
Growth high on the agenda at Fespa 2023
After years spent in recovery post-pandemic, many wide-format printers have now finally broken free from the shackles of Covid and – despite, or perhaps because of, the other many current external...
SwissQprint celebrates Nyala milestone
SwissQprint has celebrated a milestone at the Fespa Global Print Expo in Munich – the manufacturer having sold the 1,000th unit of its Nyala flatbed model this month.
HP hosts international show debut at Fespa
HP is using its presence at Fespa Global Print Expo in Munich to host the international show debut of its Latex 2700 series and to share its current focus areas with visitors.
Sky Air-Ship wows Fespa visitors
Chinese manufacturer Sky Air-Ship has wowed visitors with the output from its SkyJet double-sided textile printer – the first time it has been shown at the Fespa Global Print Expo.