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GDPR six months on: where does the industry stand now?

On 25 May 2018, the data protection landscape changed forever. With a level of hysteria akin to the Millennium Bug, the implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) had brought with it both fear and anticipation.

Setting a higher standard for others to follow

One reason Imprint is good at exploiting business opportunities is because it never exploits people. The large-format company owned by Pureprint recently became a member of the ethical supplier register Sedex.

Have yourself a merry little Christmas

Everyone loves a good Christmas party and a well-planned corporate gathering can do wonders for morale. But as headlines have shown, employers are becoming increasingly alive to the risks they face from the simple act of trying to reward staff.

Australian tobacco warnings would be used in no-deal Brexit

Graphic warnings on tobacco products sold in the UK would be replaced by Australian alternatives in the event of a no-deal Brexit scenario.

Keep your business and employees out of harm’s way

The backbone to the present health and safety regime is over 40 years old and to some it’s generated nothing but a culture of blame while to many others it has made the workplace markedly safer.

Avoid bungs or risk going down the plughole

Bribery is a global issue and one the UK generally fares well in combatting.

Campaigners say plain packaging is failing

Campaigners against plain packaging have spoken out a year on from its introduction in the UK, claiming the initiative has failed as it has not met one of its key objectives of reducing smoking levels.

GDPR may put ROI back on the throne

A new day has dawned, and the world, well Europe at least, will never be the same again.

GDPR spells trouble for lazy marketers

Unless you’ve been living under a stone for the past few months, it can’t have escaped your notice that in a few short weeks the biggest shake up of data regulations in at least two decades will be rolled out: the General Data Protection Regulation.

Pay gap figures should prompt printers to walk the walk

Print has long been a man’s game. It doesn’t take a master statistician to deduce from visitor demographics at print trade shows or a walk across a press hall floor that the vast majority of those in the industry are men.

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