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Proof positive of print’s innovation

Following our usual summer hiatus in print and this issue’s resulting catch-up on the industry’s comings and goings, you could be forgiven for thinking that the past few weeks have been pretty painful for print.

Keep calm and carry on, again

Once again, an overly confident PM and disgruntled electorate have combined to give business confidence a kick in the nether regions, at the worst possible time – on the eve of the traditional summer slowdown.

Youthful drive can still conquer print

This issue’s interview features Aron Priest, who, along with business partner Andy Smith, is co-founder of Solopress, which, until very recently was one of the UK’s largest, independent online print businesses.

Who will be print’s flag-bearer?

Despite it being more than a year since its demise, if you put the word Polestar in a PrintWeek headline then it’s still guaranteed to be one of the most read stories.

The revolution continues next year

A two-year journey of discovery for PrintWeek came to a dramatic climax earlier this month, when the industry’s finest descended on the Wasps Arena, Coventry for our first PrintWeekLive! event.

Be inspired at the show you created

In just over six weeks’ time something very special will happen. We’ll be opening the doors at our inaugural show, PrintWeekLive!, and the excitement here at PrintWeek Towers is palpable.

It’s time to consider putting up prices

While on many levels we’re going through a period of seismic change, politically and economically in particular, some things remain constant. I’m talking about the thorny issue of pricing in print, as highlighted in our roundtable feature.

Print’s still vital for marketing

At last week’s Power of Print seminar at Stationers’ Hall in London, unsurprisingly the effectiveness of print was the main topic of the conversation.

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.

Enjoy the silly summer and get serious in September

Summer’s here, the sun is out and the silly season is upon us – which means that interesting industry news is harder to find than a daily newspaper without a photo of Tom Daley in his budgie-smugglers spread across the front page was last Tuesday.

Business as usual, despite upheavals

Compared with the momentous events of late, the past couple of weeks have been fairly tame – all that seems to have happened is that we now have a new Prime Minister. Boring.

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