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PrintWeek’s rundown of stories that defined the past 12 months

2018 proved to be another bumper year of news for print, so as the industry eases itself into 2019, we take a look at the stories that dominated last year's headlines.

New year predictions: Adam Unsworth, Plastic Card Services

The Plastic Card Services managing director will remember 2018 not only for its glorious summer, but also as a buoyant year for his company - something he hopes will continue into 2019.

New year predictions: Victoria Hart, DCB Group

DCB Group managing director Victoria Hart will pursue balance next year after a turbulent 2018 for the country.

New year predictions: James Duckenfield, Hobs Group

Hobs Group chief executive James Duckenfield is concerned about Brexit but excited about tech advancements in 2019.

Review of 2018: That Xerox-Fuji saga

One long-running story of 2018 was the proposed purchase of Xerox by Fujifilm.

New year predictions: Julian Hocking, Nationwide Print

Julian Hocking, managing director at Nationwide Print, looks to the young to revive print in the new year.

New year predictions: Simon Smith, CS Labels

After a strong 2018 full of awards and success, CS Labels managing director Simon Smith is looking forward to a quiet Christmas.

New year predictions: Martin Woolley, The Specialist Works

Chief executive Martin Woolley, who led a management buyout of independent media agency The Specialist Works this summer, believes printers and print managers need to form a closer bond with their clients in 2019 to encourage loyalty.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, BPIF

Charles Jarrold, chief executive of the Fed, might have been the impromptu star turn at the 2018 PrintWeek Awards, but his Christmas wish is that print’s unique and invaluable qualities take centre stage in 2019.

New year predictions: Danny Clarke, Howard Hunt

Howard Hunt managing director Danny Clarke may be a little bored of Brexit, but what he’s seriously sick of hearing about is paper price increases.

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