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New year predictions: Tony Kenton, It Has To Be Brilliant

Tony Kenton, brand and strategic director at It Has To Be Brilliant, encourages printers to look at their business models to ensure they are adding value in 2017.

New year predictions: Mark Handford, Pureprint Group

It’s safe to say that Christmas 2015 was slightly more relaxing for Pureprint chief executive Mark Handford than 2014, partly because this Christmas was spent on the beach but largely because this time last year he was finalising £5.3m investment from Business Growth Fund and simultaneously acquiring a majority stake in Newcastle upon Tyne-based Imprint Group.

New year predictions: Terrye Teverson, KCS Trade Print

Terrye Teverson, managing director of KCS Trade Print, believes printers need to better understand how and where print can link in to technology.

New year predictions: Andy Wilson, PressOn

PressOn's joint managing director Andy Wilson is hoping to avoid interesting times in 2016, unless they involve winning more awards.

New year predictions: Patrick Headley, GI Solutions

GI Solutions managing director Patrick Headley says 2015 will be remembered for the resurgence of mail but postage price increases represent a threat for printers in 2016.

New year predictions: Mike Freely, Octink

Mike Freely, managing director of large-format print specialist Octink, believes the industry should better promote itself to the next generation of printers in 2016 and embrace and nurture young people entering the sector.

New year predictions: Ian McCloskey, My Print Partners

My Print Partners client services director Ian McCloskey reflects on a year of growth - following the firm's first birthday in June - and discusses why the industry should better promote itself.

New year predictions: Martin Lett Jnr, Marstan Press

Marstan Press sales and marketing director Martin Lett Jnr shares his views on how printers can stand out from the crowd and why good customer service is crucial.

New year predictions: Mark Sears, Heritage Envelopes

Heritage Envelopes chief executive Mark Sears believes that printers need to adapt to the changing market and invest in the future to prosper.

New Year Predictions: Kate McFarlan, Clays

Strategic director at Clays, Kate McFarlan, is keen to see how digital develops for book printing in 2016 and looking forward to getting time to read some of her favourites.

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