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Two Sides revamps consumer campaign

Two Sides is relaunching its consumer-facing Love Paper campaign in order to increase public accessibility to myth-busting facts on print, paper and paper-based packaging.

Fespa Digital 2014 targets sell out in Munich

Fespa Digital 2014 is targeting a sell-out event in Munich next year after already surpassing the net exhibitor space at the previous event in Barcelona last year.

Paperlinx resigns from NAPM to focus on customer bodies

Paperlinx has resigned from all European paper merchant trade associations, including the UK's National Association of Paper Merchants (NAPM), after describing them as a "waste of money".

More speakers announced for NAPM Annual Forum and Dinner

The NAPM has announced more speakers for its Annual Forum and Annual Dinner, both of which will take place next month.

Pro-Design changes to FSC

International Paper's Pro-Design entire digital paper range is changing to Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accreditation.

BPIF and NAPM first union a success

The BPIF and NAPM held its first joint conference yesterday (27 September) to bring together members of the print and paper industries.

BPIF and NAPM join forces for paper forum

The BPIF and NAPM will join forces for a paper forum in London next week to examine the longer term outlook for the cost of paper and the effect this will have on print and paper companies.

Two Sides reveals speakers for autumn seminar

Two Sides has invited WWF pulp and paper strategy manager Emmanuelle Neyroumande to clear up the myths about paper sustainability at its seminar Promoting the Sustainability and Effectiveness of Print Media in a Multi-Media World.

Two Sides gets £2m of ad space for campaign

Two Sides has launched the UK leg of its pan-European campaign "No Wonder You Love Paper", which has the backing of a host of UK newspaper and magazine publishers.

Toshiba forced to abandon 'National No Print Day'

After a fast and furious response by the US printing industry, Toshiba has decided not to go ahead with its marketing campaign centered on 'National No Print Day' this Autumn.

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