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Put some new resolve into the new year

We’re three weeks into the new year and Christmas is just a credit card bill away from being a distant memory.

Heidelberg to focus on boosting visitors' profitability at PWL!

Headline sponsor Heidelberg will use PrintWeekLive! to help visitors become more profitable, improve their productivity and reduce their cost per sheet.

Canon set to inspire at PrintWeekLive!

Canon has signed up to this year’s PrintWeekLive! and will use its 'Explore. Inspire. Improve.' banner to build on its presence at last year’s show.

Laybourne steps down at Real Digital

David Laybourne has stepped down as managing director of Real Digital International as the business looks to continue to expand beyond its core markets.

Could you be one of the UK's 500 biggest print companies?

Research is under way for the 2018 PrintWeek Top 500 and this is your chance to be featured in the bellwether financial report on the UK print industry.

Xerox commits to PrintWeekLive! with bigger presence

Xerox has signed up to the second edition of PrintWeekLive! as a headline sponsor, as it looks to help printers add value to the printed page by what it dubs "CMYK plus”.

How. Can. It. Be. Christmas?

Where did 2017 go? Looking through our review of the year, it most definitely happened – and while it might not have been a vintage year for print, it was certainly an eventful one.

Interview: ‘Print must rebuild its reputation for delivering value’

If technology has rendered print a commodity, then it’s up to printers to get more involved and become providers of expertise and excellence.

Don’t fret over bad decisions, learn from them

I can’t imagine there’s a single business leader reading this who hasn’t made a dodgy decision at one time or another that they later regretted.

‘Good ideas can come from anyone’

A little over 12 months after getting back into print, and almost a third of the way into his journey to double sales by 2020, the new chief executive of Hobs Group, James Duckenfield, shares his vision for the business.

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