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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.

New location will be a boon to every UK print company

Tube, train, car or plane - how people will travel to Ipex 2014 at Excel London has certainly generated much debate in recent days. Getting there is one point, but it is the visitors' journey home that concerns me. How will they feel leaving the show? Did they find the new opportunities they were looking for? Did they see what print can achieve within the new media age and was it good for their business? Fundamentally, did Ipex 2014 inspire them to take their business forward?

Move to London will assert Ipex's place on global stage

Birmingham or London, does it really matter where the UK print industry's largest trade show is held?

Buzzing Fespa a mirror to a sector hungry for new ideas

Having just returned from Fespa Digital in Hamburg, where the PrintWeek team produced the show's daily newspaper, I was reminded of the difference between a so-so show and a great event: the engagement of the visitors.

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