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Textiles and corrugated sparkle as expo returns to Berlin

Just over a decade after the show last visited Germany’s capital, Fespa returned to Berlin earlier this month, packed with popular returning features and a number of well-received new initiatives.

Inspirational PrintWeekLive! 2018 opens its doors

PrintWeekLive! has welcomed the UK print industry to the Wasps Arena, Coventry as the second edition of the award-winning event opens its doors.

Tributes paid to Joanne Hurst

Industry colleagues have paid tribute to Joanne Hurst, the former European catalogue production manager at mail order clothing company Lands' End, who has died.

PrintWeekLive! conference programme unveiled

The conference programme for PrintWeekLive! has been unveiled and features many of the industry’s biggest names, including the new global chief executive of the UK’s largest print management company.

What do the next 12 months hold in store for print?

Our panel of print insiders give their views on how 2018 is likely to pan out for the industry.

New year predictions: Kevin Creechan, J Thomson Colour Printers

J Thomson Colour Printers managing director Kevin Creechan enjoyed a combination of sporting and business highlights in 2017, and hopes that 2018 will be a year when the industry does more to communicate the value of printed products.

New year predictions: Peter Bradley, Bradley Group

Bradley Group managing director Peter Bradley has certainly had an action-packed 2017, including the group's first M&A deals and the setting up of a new site. Looking ahead to 2018 he's hoping the industry can make greater efforts to attract young talent into print.

New year predictions: Steve Cropper, Gemini Print Group

Gemini group managing director and CEO Steve Cropper has seen the benefits of investing in both technology and people during 2017, and is hoping printers can stop fighting over price and forge a more collaborative approach in the future.

New year predictions: Louisa Bull, Unite the Union

Louisa Bull, national officer at Unite's Graphical, Paper, Media & IT Sector, is hoping 2018 will be a better year when it comes to apprenticeships and the upskilling of existing industry employees. A general election and a Champions League win for Chelsea are also on her wish-list.

New year predictions: Darren Coxon, Pensord, Cambrian Printers and BPIF

Pensord managing director Coxon must be one of the busiest men in print, not content with running one print business, this year he bought another, and then took on the presidency of the BPIF – it’s no wonder his golf handicap has suffered in 2017.

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