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New year predictions: Mark Simpson, Simpson Group

Simpson Group chairman Mark Simpson hopes his business will take on some rising young stars in 2017 and wants the print industry to get better at recruitment and training generally.

New year predictions: Nigel Toplis, Kall Kwik UK

Kall Kwik UK managing director Nigel Toplis hopes the industry will become more customer-driven in 2017.

New year predictions: Stuart Speechley, KJS Print to Mail Services

Stuart Speechley, managing director of KJS Print to Mail Services, is hoping the resurgence of direct mail will continue into 2017.

New year predictions: Tony Kenton, It Has To Be Brilliant

Tony Kenton, brand and strategic director at It Has To Be Brilliant, encourages printers to look at their business models to ensure they are adding value in 2017.

Wishing our readers merry Christmas and a happy New Year

The PrintWeek office is now closed for the festive period, we’ll be reopening on Tuesday 3 January when our usual news and bulletin service will resume. The good news is that we do have a schedule of content to help keep you entertained over the Christmas break, including a month-by-month review of the year and 2017 predictions from some of print's wise men and women.

Schwartz grows PUR binding with Morgana investment

Schwartz Printing has upgraded its PUR binding capabilities by investing around £70,000 in a Morgana DigiBook 450.

Clondalkin changes leadership team following acquisition completion

Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Group has officially transferred ownership to Dutch private equity firm Egeria and restructured its leadership team.

Xaar set for £1m 3D spend in 2017

Alongside its latest trading update Cambridge-based inkjet technology developer Xaar has detailed plans for a major new 3D unit.

Quinns signs up for PrintWeekLive!

Online trade printer Quinnstheprinters.com has announced that it will take a stand at PrintWeekLive! in March.

Face Creative Services falls into administration

North London-based digital printer Face Creative Services has gone into administration.

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