Solving Print's Pain Points

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

Rising star: Jack Pearson, sustainability manager, Bluetree Group

Jack is 30 and has been working at Bluetree Group since 2021.

Q&A: Monica Moody, sales manager, Minuteman Press Coventry

Monica says that she thinks being Italian helps with sales: “If you can understand my accent, but I have improved it since marrying an Englishman and living in this country since 1995.

Printweek editor Darryl Danielli

Putting people first could remedy print’s age-old issue with old age

For more years than I care to remember we’ve talked about the print industry’s ageing workforce as a ‘ticking time bomb’ that will be our undoing.

Aged, but not out

The UK has managed to avoid recession for the moment even though it’s suffering an unpleasant bout of inflation.

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?

Q&A: Mike Roberts Managing director, PMG Print Management

Mike celebrates 40 years in print this year. Aged 55, he’s married with three boys. On most summer weekends he can usually be found in the Lake district “either on a bike, in a pub or having a...

International Women's Day 2023's theme is #EmbraceEquity, giving women equal opportunities

Print industry women speak up for IWD2023

International Women’s Day 2023 has arrived, this year encouraging the world to #EmbraceEquity and guarantee equality of outcome for women.

Britain is seeing many older people drop out of the workforce

Print happy to hire older workers as UK faces skills shortages

Printers have said they are happy to hire older workers, as the government attempts to get over-50s back into work.

Shannon with Deltor's Komori G840 long perfector, which was the first in the UK

Deltor takes on ex-Pepper staff

Deltor has taken on two staff from shuttered litho and digital firm Pepper Communications, with a third also offered employment.

The event will see women's role in print celebrated online

Women in print to be celebrated in Print HERstory month

Print HERstory month will return in March as a celebration of the many women who work in print and allied trades.