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Will the printing industry get hip to the social scene?

In July 2009, a former PrintWeek staffer made an astonishing prediction: “This time next year no one will be talking about Twitter”, positing the idea that, one year to the day, Twitter’s traffic would have dropped by (a curiously specific) 74%. So confident was he about the imminent demise of what is today the world’s second-most popular site, he took several £10-per-head bets with colleagues.

Infigo Software moves into digital marketing with local acquisition

UK-based web-to-print software developer Infigo Software has acquired digital marketing firm Netkandi for a six-figure sum.

Taopix issues 'save the date' for third user conference

Software developer Taopix has hopes to coax more than 100 people to its third annual user conference.

Beck launches entry-level B2C packaging line

Beck Packautomaten has launched an entry level packaging line with full data integrity targeted at e-commerce and secure document applications.

IPPSA founder Andrew Bartlett dies

Andrew Bartlett, the founder of the International Print Purchasing Standards Association (IPPSA), has passed away aged 53.

Dutch W2P broker launches UK reseller service

A Dutch web-to-print firm, established by a former Grafenia director, has launched a trade-only service that it hopes will turn over up to €5m (£3.7m) in 2016 through competitive pricing.

Take your print out of the gutter

In a market where even digital print is becoming commoditised, the once-humble bindery is emerging as the place to add value and hopefully restore profits. Short-run or one-off books and brochures can be given a bespoke treatment that customers will pay big money for, yet if you organise yourself the production costs are a fraction of that.

Mailmate boosts mailing firepower with Jersey Post deal

Mailmate Print has acquired the print and mailing division of Jersey Post and relocated the operation in a circa £300,000 strategic investment.

Sales and profits up as Vistaprint targets "higher expectation" customers

Vistaprint has filed a 21% year-on-year sales leap in its Q1 results, with the online print giant logging sales of $333.9m (£208.7m) in the three months to 30 September, and operating profit doubling to $16.9m from $8.4m a year ago.

Harrier in Morgana install

Harrier LLC, the Devon-based digital printer, has invested in a Morgana DigiBook 300 PUR perfect binder to improve the quality of its larger-format premium products.

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