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?

We also look at contractual obligations and ponder if renegotiating your contracts can offset rising costs and ask if you’re doing everything you can to protect your data. With the Knowledge Bank section wrapped up with a preview of the upcoming Visual Media Conference.

After highlighting the latest kit launches, our Product Portfolio segment features CIM reviewing its SwissQprint Nyala 4 flatbed/roll-fed wide-format printer, while we open the hoods on HP’s new PageWide Advantage 2200 and Serif’s Affinity suite of programs for graphics creatives. We also take you on a tour of IGAS 2022 in Tokyo, before wrapping things up with our regular look at home grown talent in our Best of British feature, this time talking to Ashe Converting Equipment.

And finally, as ever the issue is wrapped up with our sideways look at a bygone issue, From the Archive.

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