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The countdown to Drupa begins...

With a mere eight weeks to go until the big show opens its doors, the excitement surrounding the impending Drupa in PrintWeek Towers is palpable.

The world has changed and so must we

The imminent demise of The Independent in printed form, unsurprisingly, triggered a rush of commentators to once again predict the end of printed publications.

Be on the right side of the great divide

It probably hasn’t escaped your notice that this issue of PrintWeek is slightly slimmer than usual. However, unless you’ve purloined your copy from a colleague, you’ve hopefully also noticed the reason why: within your fortnightly polybag of goodness is the 2016 Top 500 – our state of the industry financial report on the UK’s 500 largest companies.

New year predictions: Mark Handford, Pureprint Group

It’s safe to say that Christmas 2015 was slightly more relaxing for Pureprint chief executive Mark Handford than 2014, partly because this Christmas was spent on the beach but largely because this time last year he was finalising £5.3m investment from Business Growth Fund and simultaneously acquiring a majority stake in Newcastle upon Tyne-based Imprint Group.

New year predictions: Kirk Galloway, Buxton Press

As managing director of PrintWeek’s reigning Company of the Year, it’s safe to say that Kirk Galloway has been pretty happy with his 2015 lot. And it sounds like he’s planning to carry that ‘feel-good factor’ into 2016.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, BPIF

12 months into the job as the Fed’s chief executive, Charles Jarrold, is pretty happy with the way 2015 panned out. Next year, however, his hope is that the industry turns its perceived threats into opportunities.

New year predictions: Gareth Jenkins, DS Smith

2015 has been a good year for DS Smith's UK Packaging Division managing director Gareth Jenkins. The firm took delivery of the first narrow width HP T400 Simplex Color Inkjet Web Press this year and he is looking forward to completion of two DS Smith PackRight Centres in spring 2016. Just don't mention the Rugby World Cup.

New year predictions: Emma Zakka, TalkTalk

Sadly it looks like 2015 will end up as a bit of disappointment for TalkTalk senior production manager Emma Zakka; with the odds on her Christmas wish coming true only marginally better than those for Chelsea winning the Barclays Premier League.

Raise a glass to a profitable 2016

If the team at PrintWeek Towers was hoping for a gentle wind-down in the run-up to Christmas, so that we could focus on putting the Power 100 to bed, that dream was shattered with the financial strife and subsequent change in ownership at Polestar.

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.

More power to the comeback kids

Here in the UK we’ve got a proud history of sporting comebacks: Liverpool in the 2005 Champions League final against AC Milan, England against Australia in the 1981 Headingley Ashes Test or Red Rum in the 1973 Grand National to name but three.

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