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Printing Charity celebrates 190 years

The Printing Charity (TPC) celebrated its 190th anniversary at its annual luncheon yesterday (23 November), welcoming its current president Baroness Brenda Dean as guest speaker.

Stationers' Company to host mergers and acquisitions roundtable

The Stationers’ Company is to host a roundtable at Stationers' Hall to discuss mergers and acquisitions in the publishing industry, with speakers including a partner at US-based Platinum Equity.

Print shines among Warrant Holders

Earlier this month, under an uncharacteristically blazing hot sun, 60,000 visitors converged on the pristine gardens of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the best of British.

Two Sides challenges rival NGO's paper claims

Industry lobbying group Two Sides has hit back at a rival paper NGO's "questionable claims" about the sustainability of paper.

Printing Charity to use North Print & Pack to up regional influence

The Printing Charity has announced that it will be exhibiting at North Print & Pack again. This is the third time the charity has taken a stand at the Harrogate show, having first exhibited at Northprint in 2011.

BPIF management programme to kick off this month

Around 100 learners will attend the official launch of the BPIF's Graduate Management Programme at a one day event in London on 30 April.

Lucerne messe was abuzz with 'meaningful' innovations: a rundown of Hunkeler Innovationdays

It was not on the scale of Drupa or Ipex, but last week's Hunkeler show in Lucerne had plenty of tricks up its sleeve. Here's the PrintWeek rundown

New Year predictions - Print & Procurement's Matthew Parker

Matthew Parker, director, Print & Procurement

Killer app: Forces to get morale mailer from Card Town

Online greetings card retailer Card Town has rallied messages of support for the troops in Afghanistan to encourage a little Christmas cheer at the barracks.

Change is the only constant for an evolving industry: PrintWeek's Top 500 annual review

A year that has witnessed the disintegration of the old Manroland and the rise of an entirely new printing technology - Benny Landa's Nanography - reinforces the point that print is always reinventing itself

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