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‘We learn as we go has to be the spirit’

Ordinarily, having your products reduce your customers to tears is not a good thing.

Interview: ‘Print must rebuild its reputation for delivering value’

If technology has rendered print a commodity, then it’s up to printers to get more involved and become providers of expertise and excellence.

‘We just like going for it. We’re workers’

Earlier this year, Aron Priest and Andy Smith, joint managing directors and co-founders of the UK’s largest online trade printing business, Solopress, sold their circa £21m-turnover Southend-on-Sea operation to Onlineprinters, one of Europe’s largest online print firms.

I tell clients: ‘I’m going to help you sell more stuff’

In a break from our usual format, this issue’s interview was conducted by EFI chief executive Guy Gecht, who spoke to Quad/Graphics chairman, president and chief executive Joel Quadracci in a ‘fireside’ chat at EFI’s annual Connect user conference in Las Vegas earlier this year.

‘2017 is really going to be a pivotal year’

Following a torrid period when his beloved Printed.com could have ended up in the arms of another, founder Nick Green looks back on an “exceptionally hard” year, while looking forward to bigger and better things for the £17m-plus turnover business in 2017.

‘I believe in global coordination and local action‘

While by the usual Xerox metrics chief executive in waiting Jeff Jacobson is still very much the new kid on the block, having not even reached his fifth anniversary, with almost 30 years’ industry experience, he’s no greenhorn.

Sitting comfortably II: more views from the red sofa

There was never any doubt that digital was always going to be a hot topic at Drupa. In terms of product launches, star turns, largely from the show’s birthday boy, and the sheer scale of the digital collective’s presence at the Messe – not to mention that one of their own was the show’s single biggest exhibitor – it was always going to be thus.

‘In five years 50% of print will be digital’

Author, book collector, college professor, historian, museum director, technology expert and friend of the rich and famous and printers everywhere. Frank Romano has many hats, but in print circles he’s most likely to be affectionately imagined in a black Fedora as the Godfather of Print.

‘Growth is vital, but we’re not about chasing a number’

Geoff Neal Litho was founded in 1976 by managing director Sam Neal’s dad, Geoff, almost by accident.

‘The reason you get into digital print is because you love it’

There aren’t many things that worry ProCo managing director Jon Bailey, after all he’s made a career out of embracing change.

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