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Take a step out of your comfort zone

In a couple of days, the doors will open at PrintWeekLive!, our first ever exhibition.

Make more of a fanfare about print

It’s unlikely that anyone would ever accuse the print industry of hubris. In fact, when it comes to blowing our own trumpets we’re akin to a wheezy kid who’s only joined the brass section of the school band in a misguided attempt to look cool.

Ipex succeeded, but was it enough?

Well, Ipex is over for another four years. Or is it over for good?

Ipex: the place to mull big questions

Hopefully many of you reading this will be doing so with a lanyard hanging fetchingly around necks because, ladies and gentlemen, this week is Ipex week.

Ipex won't be fazed by talk of three-year Drupa cycle

The three-year Drupa of the 1970s was mooted several years ago during my time as chief executive of Picon.

If Ipex draws in the buyers, printers will surely follow

Informa no doubt hopes its 1m Ipex VIP programme will once and for all put paid to exhibitors' fears over the show's international credentials.

Olympic organisers failed to win SMEs' hearts and minds

I was in a black cab on my way to a lunch meeting with the Department of Business Innovation and Skills and got what is now the usual rant from the driver: "Olympic organisers don't give a damn about local businesses. Black cab drivers are the backbone...

Trade shows still play a vital role in investment decisions

HP's decision not to exhibit at Ipex 2014 came as a surprise to the industry and, naturally, we're disappointed. The move goes against the trend we're seeing among other key digital players in the sector: 70% of the 100,000sqm floor space for Ipex 2014...

Quantum boasts ambition, but can Xeikon live up to it?

It is no secret that inkjet will be big at Drupa 2012 and the most likely label for the 2012 iteration of the world's largest graphic arts trade show will be 'Inkjet Drupa' (again). It's too early, though, to count out toner-based technology and apart from many important - but incremental - improvements we expect to see, there is still potential for ground-breaking improvements in toner tech.

It'll be no holiday but print is looking at a bright future

August is the time of year that journalists usually dread; what with the holiday season being in full swing and a dearth of serious news as a result - hence its 'silly season' moniker.

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