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Agile printers can make the world their oyster

This is the fourth industrial revolution, says Andy Cork from his hyper-connected printing operation. As such its engine room is powered neither by manufacturing nor automation, but silent software – connecting, analysing, optimising. “And that is very powerful,” he says.

Think green in every aspect of your business

Everything she said to Prince Charles struck a chord. The future monarch is an avid environmentalist and so is Simone Hindmarch, which is what brought them together this June in Buckingham Palace.

Build bridges to inspire the next generation

It started badly, and with Idi Amin. In early August 1972 the president of Uganda ordered the expulsion of his country’s Asian minority, giving them 90 days to leave.

Work smarter – and make your tech work harder

It was a big ask. But Creation Reprographics wanted to get even smarter by improving connectivity of workflows, optimising processes, reducing manual workloads and improving efficiency.

Snatch success from the jaws of failure

His first response was stark: “Oh my god, what are we going to do?” Claremon managing director John Conroy had just been told his neighbouring print company, Wheelden Print, had gone out of business.

Making the case for setting up apprenticeships

Keenan Phillips had something to prove at his interview for an apprenticeship post. So did the man interviewing him for the job at Saxon Packaging.

Learning how to swim with the big fish

Mercian Labels is moving upwards and outwards. Two months ago the business upped sticks at its Derby operation and shifted it 40 miles to its headquarters in Burntwood, Staffordshire. This was a bold statement of expansion; one of many in recent years.

We’re jamming, we hope you like jamming too

Next year the grey suits might give paintballing a miss and instead head to Calverts in Shoreditch for a spot of alternative team building.

‘Exploding’ sales flagged up need for more space

Iain Clasper-Cotte took the urgent call at 5.30pm. And less than 24 hours later his relieved client took delivery of the job: high-definition tension fabrics for 30 shops. This was just one of eight urgent orders in a single day last week from major clients of Northern Flags.

Better control of downtime ups productivity

When Adam Walker joined Precision Colour Printing (PCP) as head of operations three years ago, the company was busy and successful, but aware that its maintenance practices were not serving it as well as they might.

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