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James Cropper profits down in H1

Cumbrian papermaker James Cropper has reported a steep pre-tax profit drop in the first half of the financial year as it continues to be impacted by higher pulp prices.

DMGT moves to buy i from Johnston Press

The owner of the Daily Mail is "plotting" to buy the i newspaper from Johnston Press, according to a report from Sky News.

First Nettl store in Scotland opens

Twenty years after the first Printing.com store opened in Edinburgh – with Peter Gunning, now chief executive of parent group Grafenia, at the helm at the time – the original shop has been replaced by a swish new Nettl Business Store located nearby in a landmark building that was previously an RBS branch.

Set out a routemap for your firm’s future

If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” – wise words from Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the US. He’s right and it’s one of the reasons why an industry has grown up to support firms of all sizes wanting to plan for their future.

'Look outward to your clients’

Last month, PrintWeek, in partnership with Canon, brought together seven business leaders from a range of companies to discuss ‘rising to the challenges and seizing the opportunities’.

Print can capitalise on online’s failings

In its eighth year, the Power of Print conference played host to its biggest audience yet, with more than 200 attendees heading to Stationers’ Hall to hear from an impressive line-up of speakers.

Budget makes some progress in restoring print’s confidence

In the first Budget to take place on a Monday since 1962, Philip Hammond made moves to commit the government to greater spending on health – £20.5bn more for the NHS over the next five years and at least £2bn specifically committed to mental health.

Follow customers on path to success

In this issue’s round table discussion, of the many interesting topics covered one in particular stood out: that there are two types of print businesses – those that are focused on products and those focused on services.

Setting a higher standard for others to follow

One reason Imprint is good at exploiting business opportunities is because it never exploits people. The large-format company owned by Pureprint recently became a member of the ethical supplier register Sedex.

Precision Printing enhances casebinding with new kit haul

Precision Printing has augmented its casebinding capabilities after investing close to £200,000 in new equipment for the department.

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