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In July, well before the peak autumn period, PrintWeek partnered with Konica Minolta to pull together some of the leading lights in direct mail and discuss some of the key challenges and opportunities in the sector.
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It feels as though we’ve argued about Brexit until we’re all blue in the face.
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The backbone to the present health and safety regime is over 40 years old and to some it’s generated nothing but a culture of blame while to many others it has made the workplace markedly safer.
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Graham Hunstone is spreading his wings again. The England-based Scot recently opened a regional sales hub nearly 300 miles from his print company headquarters in Lincoln.
Like many general commercial printers, Gemini Print Group has faced its fair share of challenges over the past decade.
Bribery is a global issue and one the UK generally fares well in combatting.