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Automation can’t replace autonomy

Picture the scene: a dystopian future where printshops across the land are devoid of humans, with the press halls and binderies run by an army of robots and computers.

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.

Your clients are your best salespeople

It’s often said that the most effective salespeople in any business are its customers. A few well-placed words from a current client to a prospect can do more to win a deal than even the smoothest salesman.

Is print's next big thing... small?

QR codes seem to have gotten a bit stale, printed electronics are the preserve of the specialists, then there’s the whole can of worms that is 3D printing.

UK refrains from ostentatious optimism

Despite the sad news regarding the seemingly imminent closure of Artisan Press and the death-knell ringing for Tullis Russell, the industry generally seems to be in a happy place.

New year predictions: Robert Keane, Cimpress

Cimpress CEO and Vistaprint founder Robert Keane believes keeping up with ever-evolving technology will present the biggest threat to printers in 2015, while specialisation and partnerships will be offer the greatest opportunities.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, BPIF

The BPIF’s freshly-appointed chief executive is going to be spending a lot of time on the road meeting with members, and is hoping to find some mobile technology that’s fit for purpose to help him achieve his goals.

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