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IPIA event addresses GDPR concerns

Everything Is Possible In Print’, is the theme of an event held each year by the Independent Print industries Association’s (IPIA) in London, the 2018 edition of which took place last week.

Green shoots prompt investment in leaner, meaner sector

Infinity Finishing was one of the lucky ones, but just how lucky only time will tell. The business started in mid October, but unlike many would-be start-ups, this one was made possible with a loan from an unlikely source - a high-street bank.

SMEs must drive push for fairer terms

Late-paying customers have long been the bane of SME business owners, all the more since the credit crunch began in 2007 leading to full-blown financial armageddon in 2008.

Lack of clarity confuses argument over zero-hours contracts

The row over the so called zero-hours contract (ZHC) has gained traction in recent weeks, not least thanks to a survey published by Unite on 8 September, ahead of the TUC Congress in Bournemouth last week.

UK apprenticeships set for shake-up

Last month, the National Apprenticeship Service announced that up to 20,000 apprenticeships were available on its system, while the latest statistics from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) show that over half a million people started an apprenticeship in the last academic year.

Print shines among Warrant Holders

Earlier this month, under an uncharacteristically blazing hot sun, 60,000 visitors converged on the pristine gardens of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the best of British.

Volume drop doesn't tell whole story

The news that paper volumes are in almost free-fall decline, will come as no surprise to anyone.

Prime yourself for a paperless ticket revolution, say experts

If government plans are realised, paper travel tickets will disappear, but this is not necessarily bad news for printers.

Lucerne messe was abuzz with 'meaningful' innovations: a rundown of Hunkeler Innovationdays

It was not on the scale of Drupa or Ipex, but last week's Hunkeler show in Lucerne had plenty of tricks up its sleeve. Here's the PrintWeek rundown

As Konica buys Charterhouse, print asks: is this the future?

Firms once solely regarded as manufacturers are branching out into services, with mergers and acquisitions often enabling the move. But is it wise?

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