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2015 review: November

All the business news, from acquisitions to liquidations, investments to divestments, from a year in the industry.

Print reigns during royal revelries

Newspapers and magazines can’t resist a royal special and the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II on 21 April was the perfect opportunity to go large, sometimes very large, on the subject of our longest reigning monarch.

Is digital cutsheet about to take off?

Among the proliferation of print-related conferences, IMI has maintained a reputation for providing a mix of new technologies and their application that reflect on functional developments, while providing clues about what’s on the cusp of moving into the graphic arts mainstream.

Touching the future today

It was Drupa 4.0, we were touching the future, and from 10 o’clock onwards on day one the buzz from Düsseldorf’s Messe was palpable. “Drupaaaaa, is in town agaaaaain” blared round the 17 halls, and print enthusiasts from around 190 countries knew that once again they were home.

Smart print procurement

Going into print buying negotiations with an open mind will generate better relationships with suppliers and establish effective best practice guidelines

Curtis demise sends paper price warning

Curtis Fine Papers's fall into administration (PrintWeek, 1 August) represents a bleak warning to the paper industry - that mills need to start selling paper at sustainable prices, or they will not survive. The European paper market has been hit by several fatalities over the years and Curtis's closure last week will serve as a reminder of just how perilous the situation is.

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