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‘Trying new things is very important’

As a former bank manager and managing director of PrintWeek’s reigning SME of the Year, CS Labels, there can’t be many small business owners better placed to offer advice on running a successful company than Simon Smith.

Killer app: Amberley reproduces the spirit of Vettriano for gin

Scottish painter Jack Vettriano seems to harken back to another time with his evocative oeuvre: sharply-dressed men flirt with ladies in red amid the smoky allure of dive bars and dance halls. His Fitzgerald-like worlds radiate class and so too should any merchandise that might aspire to sport his work.

Q&A: Jon Dudley, sales director, Limpet Labels

Jon is 42 and has spent 19 years working at Wrexham-based Limpet Labels. His hobbies include Moto GP, sim racing and PC gaming.

Kingfisher Labels installs eighth Edale press

Kingfisher Labels has continued its relationship with Edale by investing in its second FL3 flexo press in six months, and its eighth Edale machine overall.

Online label specialist Easy2name acquired by CCL Industries

Personalised label specialist Easy2name has been acquired by global labelmaking conglomerate CLL Industries in a deal reportedly worth $2.5m (£1.95m).

Contract loss leads to redundancies at Skanem Liverpool

Skanem Liverpool is set to make a quarter of its workforce redundant following the loss of a Unilever contract that utilised half of its production capacity.

Kingfisher Labels makes magnificent seven with new Edale press

Kingfisher Labels will build on its 17-year relationship with Edale by taking on an FL3 flexo press next month – its seventh machine from the manufacturer.

Label Makers world's first to integrate MPS flex with AB foiling unit

The Label Makers (Labmak) has achieved a world first by integrating a Big Foot hot foiling and embossing module from AB Graphics into an MPS EF flexo press.

Label sector set to profit from potential post-Brexit regs

Label printers are poised to benefit from potential changes to food and drinks labelling that might be the silver lining of a no-deal Brexit.

Digital label press installs take the lead

While digital has continued to pose an increasing threat to conventional printing methods over the past few years, its market share in value terms has remained relatively small in most sectors, and for most applications.

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