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Print bosses welcome new workplace guidance

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  • Tuesday, May 12, 2020
New government guidance has outlined how businesses can become ‘Covid-19 secure’ workplaces, with the first step of the government’s recovery plan taking effect from tomorrow.

The April & May 2020 issue of Printweek is out now and is jam-packed with powerful insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views from the UK print industry as it rises to the coronavirus challenges...

Our cover feature looks at the plethora of business apps available to help with running a company, and we highlight which ones could actually make a positive contribution to your business. While our main news briefing analyses life after lockdown and asks What will business as usual look like for print firms?

Overmatter: The puzzle of all puzzles

Covid-19 has brought us many things, pretty much all of them unwelcome. It’s also brought a new concept to the UK, that of being “furloughed” (note to selves, not “furlonged” – a furlong is a measurement of length and distance used in horse racing).

Royal Mail scheme to incentivise mailings

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  • Monday, May 11, 2020
The direct mail industry has welcomed Royal Mail’s incentive scheme to encourage businesses suffering as a result of the coronavirus crisis to use mailings to rebuild their revenue streams.

GF Smith colour becomes cool frames

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  • Monday, May 11, 2020
GF Smith has collaborated with luxe British eyewear manufacturer Cubitts on a limited edition sunglass, inspired by the papermaker’s ‘World’s Favourite Colour’ project.

Latest BPIF survey details concerns over recovery

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  • Thursday, May 7, 2020
The BPIF’s new survey on print’s response to government support schemes details huge industry take-up of the Job Retention Scheme, but also found that the vast majority of respondents do not expect demand to recover “anytime soon” leading to concerns about how the recovery will be managed.

CMC to new launch smart packaging line

Italian manufacturer CMC is set to launch a laser packaging line targeted at online retailers that dynamically produces packaging to match the product size and reduces waste, materials and postage costs.

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