Your August & September Printweek is out now. The 'New Normal Issue' is jam-packed with all the usual news and views as well as thought provoking long reads, not to mention a special feature on the Printweek Awards...
Monday, August 23, 2021
The issue's cover feature, from the Product Portfolio section, gets under the hood of how the pandemic has accelerated development of remote servicing technology and what it can bring to your business.
It's complemented by a quartet of review features: The Foil Printing Co reviews its Kurz DM-Luxliner, Fretwell rates its its Drupa-spec Push to Stop Speedmaster XL 75 and we look at the Intec ColorCut SC5000 digital die-cutter and the Resolute R-Jet Pro direct-to-film printer. The section is rounded off with MIS developer Optimus in our Best of British feature.
Our Knowledge Bank section covers topics ranging from how to shed an unwanted director, battling the rise in cyber crime, avoiding spiralling costs when vacating rented premises and also shares Pensord Group's journey of future-proofing the business for the post-pandemic landscape.
And, of course all of this kicked off with our briefing section which poses the the question "How much will print’s ‘new normal’ resemble the old?", takes a look Fespa as it prepares to host its showcase event for the first time in two and a half years, and has an opinion piece from Unite’s Steve Turner on the green industrial revolution.
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