The June & July Printweek is out now. Our ‘sheep in wolf’s clothing’ issue is crammed with thought-provoking insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views from the UK print industry...

The issue kicks off with three news briefings, where we get under the skin of some of the hottest topics in print. Firstly, we review May’s Fespa Global Print Expo in Munich, looking at the key trends and launches, and then we ask, ‘does print still have a diversity problem?’. The section is bookended with a deep dive into the changing landscape of digital colour production print, which leads into our digest of all the biggest news in print.

The centrepiece of the issue’s Knowledge Bank section, and our cover feature, looks at how you can avoid your business falling victim to fraud. Our other business features highlight how embracing apprenticeships can attract new talent and futureproof your business and we detail the rise of the four-day week.

The Printweek Community pages feature Q&As with Tradeprint’s Graham Webster and Jay Patel from Micropress, who was highly commended in our Trainee of the Year category in the 2023 Printweek Awards, and we spend 60 seconds with King Print.

Spelsberg UK critiques its Mimaki UJF-6042 MkII e while Minuteman Bath reviews its Trotec laser cutter in the June and July issue’s Product Portfolio segment, which also gets under the hoods of the Fujifilm Revoria and Inkcups Helix. The technology feature, meanwhile, offers a round-up of MIS developers, and our Best of British article shines a light on UV specialist GEW.

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

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