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How well can UK printers fare in international markets?

As time ticks away on the Brexit clock, one of the few things we can be quite certain of is the high degree of uncertainty among businesses about a future outside the EU. Negotiations between Downing Street and Brussels sputter along and, depending on which newspaper you subscribe to, both are to blame for the failure to clarify the situation.

New guard recognises print’s value

As digital technologies continue to make their evolutionary impact on everything from news and advertising consumption to data storage, analysts and onlookers seem to declare print to be dead with increasing regularity.

More brands buy in to the luxury look

It’s an exciting time to work in luxury packaging, if a new study from Smithers Pira is to be believed. The print and packaging consultancy says more and more brands are recognising the value that high-end packaging can bring, and fewer are satisfied with bog-standard offerings.

How can print benefit from the booming creative industries?

In a recently published review commissioned by the government and headed up by ITV chairman Sir Peter Bazalgette [see boxout], the wide variety of disciplines that make up the creative industries and their contribution to the UK economy was put to task.

Landa’s tech now faces its true test

There aren’t many industry bosses who would choose to stand up in front of their customers, and talk for more than an hour about their family background and formative years.

Has email been pipped by the post?

With technology ever advancing, the past few years has seen an inevitable digital overload that has in some cases led to a resurgence for more traditional, tactile mediums.

Print and branding experts extol the virtues of the medium at EPIP 2017

The print element of a campaign can often be the last thing that brand and marketing professionals think about, and in a digital-first world this is perhaps of little surprise.

Snap vote is a party for political print

No matter where your political loyalties lie, the General Election is a big deal for the print industry. While the potential business impact of the parties’ policies is outlined in our feature on page 22, here we focus on how the election has impacted print, and how some companies have turned it into an opportunity.

Will the printing industry get hip to the social scene?

In July 2009, a former PrintWeek staffer made an astonishing prediction: “This time next year no one will be talking about Twitter”, positing the idea that, one year to the day, Twitter’s traffic would have dropped by (a curiously specific) 74%. So confident was he about the imminent demise of what is today the world’s second-most popular site, he took several £10-per-head bets with colleagues.

Litho remains resilient in the face of ongoing digital growth

When Benny Landa presented the first Indigo press at Ipex 1993, commercial colour digital printing as we know it was born and all sorts of predictions were quickly made about the impact digital would have on the industry and how much longer litho would dominate.

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