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The October issue of Printweek is out now and it’s jam-packed with in-depth features and analysis on some of the hottest topics in print, click here to find out more…

We have briefings on last month’s Labelexpo, Heidelberg’s drive to expand its subscription model and the ongoing wrangle over plastics and bio-plastics. We also have features on getting the most out...

Top Tips: How to advertise your company for free

PrintWeek is publishing a series of guides to promote practical and affordable methods of improving business performance. This week, we examine no-cost marketing opportunities

Drupa preview: Cloud computing & SAAS

Three weeks to go and still we're guessing what sort of Drupa it will be. Will it be another Inkjet Drupa or the B2 Digital Drupa? How about the Nano Drupa? Allow me to throw yet another possibility into the mix: Cloud Drupa.

'An essential date for UK wide-format': Sign & Digital preview

If Sign & Digital UK was a married couple, it could expect, at the end of this month, to be presented with an array of silver frames, clocks and other trinkets. The annual wide-format exhibition will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year between 27-29 March at Birmingham's NEC and the marriage is showing no indications of breaking down.

Staying competitive in a material world

Let's say you drove your shiny new BMW into a river and instead of slowly sinking to the bottom, it performed as well as the most expensive of million-pound super yachts. You'd be pretty pleased, right? You had a boat and a car all in one. You'd save money and double your capabilities and the potential going forward. It would be rather exciting.

Show preview: Fespa Digital

Applications are to take centre stage in Barcelona, with the key message being howprinters can boost profits by "exploring the wider opportunities"

Beware 'Groupon groupies' taking off with your profits

Little Sally playing in the waves, a baby's first Christmas and Auntie Sheila getting married (again): all captured for prosperity in the glossy pages and perfect-bound gloss-finish hardcover of a photobook. And what's the price of preserving such cherished memories? A quick visit to the Groupon website, an hour or so of photo selection and online photobook creation and, crucially, just 6 of the customer's hard-earned cash.

Newsprint battles to retain readership

It's a bit like having a company car taken away from you: one moment you have your petrol, insurance and maintenance all paid for, leaving you blissfully ignorant of how much anything costs; the next, you're left on your own and you realise you can barely afford fluffy dice, let alone an actual car.

Business Inspection: Blurring the lines for a faster finish

This commercial outfit has taken an innovative approach to ensuring its finishing department can keep up with its high-speed presses

Big Interview: Former NI operations director Ian McDonald talks to PrintWeek

Former News International operations director Ian McDonald talks to Jon Severs about the future of the printed newspaper

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