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Coronavirus: contagion over contagion

‘When China sneezes the world catches a cold’. It’s abundantly clear that the global spread of coronavirus COVID19 is already affecting the day-to-day lives of plenty of people in the UK, and it looks like the impact is only going to increase in the near-term – the government was poised to move to the ‘delay’ stage of tackling the virus as this issue of Printweek went to press.

‘Creating a recipe for success’

Last month’s EFI user conference in Las Vegas may have marked a number of debuts, most notably the inaugural Connect for its new private equity owners, new CEO and new CTO, but the overarching message was a very familiar one.

Big ambitions at home and abroad

After more than 125 years in family ownership, it’s fair to say that the past 18 months or so have involved some pretty seismic changes at Huddersfield-based large-format display graphic specialist Leach.

Fringe targets print in eco drive

With ticket sales topping 3 million for the first time this year, the 345,000 copies of the programme produced for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe festival may on the face of it seem like a comparatively conservative figure.

Printers promoted to the Premiership

Last summer the England men’s national football team famously defied the nation’s low expectations to reach the semi-finals of the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia.

Adspend falls but outlook is improving

The numerous benefits of print as an effective marketing tool hardly need repeating, yet a UK advertising market report published last month revealed that print advertising is continuing its slow decline while digital, online and mobile formats experienced record first-half spending.

Can SMEs take on W2P’s big three?

For web-to-print giants Photobox, Truprint and Vistaprint, personalised print is their lifeblood, but it is a market that most commercial printers have either struggled to compete in or not entered at all.

Global industry is upbeat for future

Printers around the world have reported both optimism and growth in two recent market studies, but UK print businesses remain concerned about competitive pricing, rising costs and staffing issues.

Organisers commend Cologne show as ‘best Fespa ever’

Despite a slow Monday and a potentially disruptive train strike on Wednesday, Fespa, which ran in Cologne from 18 to 22 May, recorded its best show ever, as exhibitors and visitors alike showed confidence in both the wide-format sector and the show itself.

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