Our 'give credit where credit's due' strapline delivers on two counts in the April & May issue. We take a close look at how you improve debt control and reveal the deserving winners of the 2022 Printweek Awards in a special supplement...

This issue's briefing section looks at how having enjoyed an uplift during lockdown, direct mail continues to thrive post-Covid, and asks did poor choices result in self-destruction at YM Group's web arm.

As well as debt control, this issue's Knowledge Bank section also looks at the tax implications of investing in an electric or hybrid fleet, previews the upcoming Fespa Global Print Expo, the lowdown on moving premises, and an exit interview with Heidelberg’s outgoing CEO Rainer Hundsdörfer on his love for the industry and why he will still attend Drupa.

The Product Portfolio section details the latest launches and features DS Group reviewing its Horizon BQ-160 PUR perfect binder and we get up close and personal with Hybrid Software’s Cloudflow automation package and the K&B Durst VariJet.

The issue is rounded off with a Tech update on various design software offerings, and Kolbus Autobox is profiled in our regular Best of British feature.

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