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Partnerships remain popular in 2014

All the rage last year, strategic partnerships between vendors continue to be de rigueur in 2014, it seems.

Competition row sparks wider examination of indent sales

A row between Paperlinx and Sappi intensified last month when Sappi claimed a complaint lodged against it by the paper merchant for unfair competition had been dismissed.

DM sector up in arms over postcode file access proposals

It is the most up-to-date and comprehensive database of its kind in the UK, holding details of more than 29m business and residential addresses, and for many it is invaluable. Few in the direct marketing industry would dispute this, which is where consensus all but ends on Royal Mail's Postcode Address File (PAF).

Confidence crisis is print's opportunity

In tough times, marketing budgets are typically the first to be squeezed. And this, as any printer working with marketers will tell you, has certainly held true over the past few years.

Lack of clarity confuses argument over zero-hours contracts

The row over the so called zero-hours contract (ZHC) has gained traction in recent weeks, not least thanks to a survey published by Unite on 8 September, ahead of the TUC Congress in Bournemouth last week.

Prime yourself for a paperless ticket revolution, say experts

If government plans are realised, paper travel tickets will disappear, but this is not necessarily bad news for printers.

HMRC's latest reporting system could hide a nasty surprise

Real Time Information is HMRC's scheme to streamline tax and benefit payment, but a lack of publicity has left many businesses underprepared

Sector responds to gov't initiative that takes no prisoners

When Graham Baker, managing director of Scarbutts Printers, read in his local newspaper that the printshop at Maidstone Prison had won a multi-million-pound printing contract from the private sector, he saw red.

Print & digital media will coexist for many years to come

The recent release of ABC figures regarding net circulation of magazines between July and December 2011 painted a dark picture for the print industry. The bloodbath across men's lifestyle magazines, which saw Loaded numbers fall 30% to 34,505 over the past year shocked publishers and printers alike, but the total circulation numbers elsewhere reveal that this doom and gloom outlook is somewhat superficial.

Half-empty or half-full? How the Olympics will affect print

It has been 2,394 days since the International Olympic Committee announced that the 2012 Olympic Games were coming to London.

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