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Output increases fail to lift industry optimism

Increasing output levels are not enough to boost confidence in the printing industry, according to the BPIF’s Printing Outlook survey for Q3 2017.

Scottish print trade body rebrands and calls for members

Scotland’s print membership body, Graphic Enterprise Scotland (GES), has rebranded as Print Scotland and its director has issued a callout for members.

Stationers' focus on printers for 2017 awards entries

The 2017 Stationers’ Company Innovation Excellence Awards is urging printers to enter the awards as the closing date for entries draws nearer.

Group101 installs DYSS X7 as company grows

Essex-based trade printer, Group101, has kicked off the year with an investment in a DYSS X7-1630C Superhead Digital Cutter.

BPIF calls for support over 'impractical' apprenticeship standard

The BPIF is urging printers to support its call for the government to review its conditions for the creation of a 'trailblazer' print apprenticeship standard.

Powerhouse minister speaks at CDi event

More than 100 leaders in print, creative and digital industries gathered last week to hear newly appointed minister for the 'Northern Powerhouse' Andrew Percy talk about opportunities in the print and the digital sectors.

BPIF chief calls on government to invest more in print

BPIF chief executive Charles Jarrold has called on the government to invest more capital in the print industry in the wake of Brexit.

Stationers' Company to host mergers and acquisitions roundtable

The Stationers’ Company is to host a roundtable at Stationers' Hall to discuss mergers and acquisitions in the publishing industry, with speakers including a partner at US-based Platinum Equity.

BPIF shortlisted twice in trade association awards

The BPIF has made the shortlist twice for the Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards 2016.

BPIF Outlook reports positive Q4 and Q1 confidence

The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, highlighting that output and orders exceeded expectations in Q4 2015 and there is a positive forecast for Q1 2016 as some confidence returns.

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