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New year predictions: Gary White, Northside Graphics/

As managing director of a multi-award winning online print business, it’s safe to say that Gary White has a competitive streak. So, it’s no surprise that he thinks the biggest opportunity for print next year will be coopetition.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, BPIF

The potentially impact of a poorly managed Brexit is one of the chief concerns for the Fed’s chief executive in 2018. And, coincidentally, one of the lessons he learned this year was to be careful when dropping the 'B' bomb in conversation with members.

PrintWeek Power 100 2017 now available online

PrintWeek’s 2017 ranking of the industry’s most influential individuals, the Power 100, is now available to view online.

PrintWeekLive! wins industry award

PrintWeekLive! has been awarded ‘Best Event Launch (B2B)’ at the 2017 PPA Connect Awards.

Walstead appoints new digital managing director

Walstead Group has appointed former Born Group managing director Andy Berg as its new group managing director for digital.

Brochure Printer of the Year: Hampton Printing (Bristol)

The production values involved in many brochures are among the highest in print, with dedication of everyone, from repro operator to press minder or binding specialist a vital part of the process. The Hampton team knows this well, and brought its substantial expertise to bear when producing brochures of consumate quality for clients Bentley and Honda.

PrintWeek Awards 2017 winners revealed

The UK print industry’s brightest and best were lauded last night at the 2017 PrintWeek Awards, where Buxton Press walked away with the top prize for an unprecedented third consecutive year.

Company of the Year: Buxton Press

Three cheers for three years; this is the third consecutive category win for the stellar sheetfed printer in Derbyshire. But team Buxton will not rest. “In spite of ongoing good results they’re still investing and still seeking efficiency gains, which is impressive,” said the judges.

SME of the Year: Northside Graphics

This year’s winner grew from a tiny acorn to a seven-figure turnover in under four years. Only a few minutes from Belfast city centre, the 41-staff company is in capital form, and in the past year has expanded its offering with a second brand for trade buyers,, and invested heavily in capex, people, software and marketing.

Environmental Company of the Year: Park Communications

The judges are on to something when they suggest “this company is relentless in its pursuit of environmental best practice”. Park Communications has almost made this category its own, winning the award three times and scooping highly commended three times in the past six years.

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