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Expoganza returns to Manchester

A series of events aimed at printers and other graphic professionals looking to grow and futureproof their businesses will return to Manchester next week.

Split sets letterpress world record

Leeds-based design studio Split has set a new Guinness World Record for the world’s largest letterpress printing press.

Grafenia announces ‘Expoganza’ roadshow plans

A series of events aimed at printers and other graphic professionals looking to grow and future-proof their businesses will be launched early next year.

Cubiquity achieves ISO 27001 accreditation

Print management firm Cubiquity has been awarded ISO 27001:2013 information security management certification.

Jamie Cullum indulges his passion for typography with The Eighty-Eight

Popular jazz singer-songwriter Jamie Cullum has launched his own "occasional" magazine, The Eighty-Eight, with the help of Shropshire-based printer Precision Colour Printing (PCP).

British-made printable cardboard furniture range launched

Renowned designer David Bartlett has launched a new range of cardboard furniture blanks that can be overprinted with custom designs.

Falling circulation figures fail to tell the whole story

Sales of heat, Hello! and Closer plummeting; Nuts' year-on-year sales figures down; and even NME, which has historically attracted a deeply loyal readership, in decline: the Audit Bureau of Circulation's figures made for sombre reading early this year.

Exaprint showcases creative options

Exaprint has launched its new Creative Box product, showcasing a range of added-value print and finishing techniques that form part of its service.

Printed art celebrated at free UAL exhibition

A new exhibition showcasing print in all its forms, from 3D printing to magazine publishing, will be launched next week by the University of the Arts London.

Fortune will favour first-movers with a personal touch

At Ipex 2010, Canon staged one of the most innovative live demonstrations that the print show has ever seen. Visitors to the manufacturer's stand were invited to submit their name to a Canon representative and then later that day they could go back and pick up a fully personalised box of Lego bricks.

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