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Terms of engagement: learning to talk the talk

Watching Chris Atkins prepare for a sales meeting, you might wonder what he’s up to. Perhaps after jotting down some notes at his desk, Atkins will sometimes then get up and sit in the chair opposite.

Effective absence policies build better businesses

We Brits are famous for talking about the weather. In recent months, though, our obsession with clouds, wind and temperature has been easier to justify than usual.

Feed your head: tips for bridging the skills gap

Let's start by stating the obvious: being a manager is tough. Ensuring employees are happy, directing the future strategy of the company, having a good understanding of everything from sales and marketing to finance and production: the list of responsibilities someone in management has to oversee is pretty endless.

Join the debate at a print show that is big on innovation: Packaging Innovations 2013

Last year, 82% of print buyers were dissatisfied with printers' promotion of new developments. Stay in the loop at Packaging Innovations 2013

Veil of secrecy around print's 'secret six' uncovered

The Royal Mail's undercover printers, who anonymously produced thousands of stamps for the Olympics, have been revealed. These are their stories

Magazine ABCs: the issue that can't be put to bed just yet

It's easy to bemoan the latest batch of magazine ABCs, with many sectors in freefall - but there are success stories, too. Look closer and you'll find great opportunities

'Few markets can boast the UK's productivity': an interview with George Clarke

From wannabe fighter pilot to battling for orders at a major press manufacturer, former Heidelberg UK managing director George Clarke reflects on his near-30-year career in print

Business inspection: Henningham Family Press/Dalston Bloc

By downsizing from its central London studio, this firm slashed overheads and redefined itself

Does green-button machinery portend the death of skill?

Harry Gilmore webs up the film on his Micro B2 single and double-sided film laminator, loads in his sheets of paper and sets the temperature gauge to 120C.

Drupa preview: hall-by-hall highlights

Take a walk with PrintWeek through the Halls of Drupa as we wind our way around the Messe and point out sights you really can't afford to miss, from hyped launches to those that may have slipped under the radar

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