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Rhapsody merges with sister company Wyndeham Digital

Rhapsody has merged with Wyndeham Group data arm Wyndeham Digital to add data analysis and strategic insight capabilities to its existing cross-media production services.

St Ives in £50m US deal

St Ives has made its first major overseas acquisition in marketing services with a £50m deal to acquire US-based Solstice Consulting.

Canon launches cross-media guide for printers

Canon has launched a publication aimed at printers looking to incorporate cross-media into their service offerings.

GI Solutions acquires Cognesia web analytics business

GI Solutions has acquired a majority stake in London-based web analytics business Cognesia for an undisclosed sum.

Grafenia signs up third master licence

Grafenia’s new initiatives, including cross-media studio Nettl, are “making progress” according to an update from the PLC.

Grafenia opens first Nettl store ahead of October launch

Grafenia has opened the doors of its first Nettl cross-media design studio in Birmingham ahead of the official launch of the new franchise business at next month's National Franchise Exhibition.

Romax completes 2014 spend with IFS kit and cross-media package

Romax has rounded off a £350,000 capex spend in 2014 with some new cutting and folding kit from Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS) and a new cross-media marketing software suite.

Paper USB swivelCard launches in Europe

The developers of Kickstarter-funded paper USB project 'swivelCard' have announced the imminent availability of the product across Europe and announced plans for a purpose-built swivelPrinter.

EFI acquires DirectSmile

EFI has further strengthened its Productivity Software Web2Print Solutions Group with the acquisition of DirectSmile for an undisclosed sum.

World Cup results in largest-ever print run for The Sun

The Sun has marked the start of the World Cup with a massive print campaign involving a special issue of the tabloid being delivered to almost every household in England – requiring a 22m print run.

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