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Shock news is perhaps no surprise

It’s safe to say that Andrew Price’s unceremonial sacking by Paperlinx came as something of a surprise last week.

Green shoots hold out hope for 2015

Christmas is almost upon us and the new year is looming – so did 2014 deliver on all its promises?

Industry unfazed by Heidelberg move

Heidelberg’s decision to withdraw from a clutch of post-press markets, in either a sales or manufacturing sense (and in some cases both) seems to have been met by a fairly muted response.

Ipex succeeded, but was it enough?

Well, Ipex is over for another four years. Or is it over for good?

Ipex: the place to mull big questions

Hopefully many of you reading this will be doing so with a lanyard hanging fetchingly around necks because, ladies and gentlemen, this week is Ipex week.

No lack of innovation at the recent Innovationdays event

Call them publishing or graphic arts; it was these latest applications to come within the remit of continuous-feed inkjet printing that dominated Hunkeler Innovationdays (HID). Historically, HID has been all about printing bills, statements and high-volume direct mail; undemanding printing of text and limited graphics.

This year's Top 500 provides more reasons to be festive

John Lewis is tugging at the nation's heartstrings via another emotional rollercoaster of a TV campaign and the nation's high streets are festooned with brightly lit fire hazards that cause children to gape in awe and confused fear in equal measure.

Ipex won't be fazed by talk of three-year Drupa cycle

The three-year Drupa of the 1970s was mooted several years ago during my time as chief executive of Picon.

It is time to shout about the steps the industry has taken

With recent research finding that only 7% of respondents felt print was conveying its sustainable message to buyers, it's clear the sector is failing to address the perception that print is not as sustainable as other methods of marketing and communications.

Things have started to get better and not before time

The Holt review into access to and delivery of apprenticeships in the UK aims to identify the issues that are discouraging businesses - particularly SMEs - from recruiting new blood in this way.

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