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Payment terms

The ongoing issue with late payers

The matter of late payment of debt, especially to those in print, is akin to the nightmare of another Trump presidency that just refuses to go away.

Dealing with insolvency

Navigating choppy waters

Folio Print Finishing, Gemini Print and Severn Print. Just three of a number of print firms that have regrettably failed for one reason or another.

Tax relief

 Credits where credit is due

Innovation is a risky business. Investors effectively gamble with investments they make but sensibly carry out due diligence to reduce the chances of loss.

Making an exit

Succession and selling up

There are stories of print company owners moving on and selling up. And there are accounts of individuals dying leaving survivors to deal with the firm’s future. The reality is that no small privately...

Personal development

Lifelong learning

Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford Motor Company and pioneer of mass production, once said: “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.

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Killer App

Wide-format report

The Wide-format Report

In the third in our series of special reports, Printweek has partnered with some of the sector's leading brands to curate a supplement that details the wide-format technologies that can unleash your...

Business Inspections

Wise investing

Business inspection: Spend right, first time

When Ben Gregory, director of Bath and Chippenham-based Nettl Digiprint, was working through the due diligence process ahead of another new kit investment last year, little did he know quite how much...