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Don’t exit your opportunity to win big

So, after last week’s announcement, it’s hopefully not escaped your attention that the fateful decisions that could have a massive impact on your business and its people will be unveiled in October.

Friends, we’re all in this together

Now that daylight saving time has ended, the autumn evenings will briefly get lighter before the winter gloom descends – but last Monday evening the industry collectively lit up the night sky over west London.

Print’s future is in safe hands

We all have great work days, not so great work days and then, every so often, we have one of those amazing days where it feels more than a little fraudulent to use the word work as a descriptive.

Print’s buzz defies the doom-mongers

Brexit, shmexit. While you could have been forgiven for expecting last week’s PrintWeek Awards to be a little subdued compared with recent years – with the main topic of conversation being the state of the pound or economic uncertainty – the polar opposite was true.

Never mind the bollocks, here’s print

After last Monday’s PrintWeek Awards, it’s difficult to have anything other than warm and fuzzy feelings about the world of print – once the post-celebration headaches and queasiness pass, of course.

Print has learned the marketing lesson

At the tail end of last month PrintWeek Towers was a picture of (organised) cardboard chaos, with the atrium of St Jude’s crammed full of boxes of all descriptions in anticipation of the four judging days of the PrintWeek Awards.

Buyers recognise that print works

In a break from the norm, this issue’s interview features not one, but 21 willing victims – namely the print buyers from the main judging day of the PrintWeek Awards.

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