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Print shines among Warrant Holders

Earlier this month, under an uncharacteristically blazing hot sun, 60,000 visitors converged on the pristine gardens of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the best of British.

Lucerne messe was abuzz with 'meaningful' innovations: a rundown of Hunkeler Innovationdays

It was not on the scale of Drupa or Ipex, but last week's Hunkeler show in Lucerne had plenty of tricks up its sleeve. Here's the PrintWeek rundown

New Year predictions - Print & Procurement's Matthew Parker

Matthew Parker, director, Print & Procurement

Killer app: Forces to get morale mailer from Card Town

Online greetings card retailer Card Town has rallied messages of support for the troops in Afghanistan to encourage a little Christmas cheer at the barracks.

Change is the only constant for an evolving industry: PrintWeek's Top 500 annual review

A year that has witnessed the disintegration of the old Manroland and the rise of an entirely new printing technology - Benny Landa's Nanography - reinforces the point that print is always reinventing itself

Middleton Paper's Daniel Longhurst in charity cycle race

The day before Great Britain's Jonathan Brownlee took gold in last month's 2012 Triathlon World Championship in Auckland, Middleton Paper's own Daniel Longhurst completed the sprint distance version of the race.

Killer app: PTD builds on Lancaster Castle project

Lancaster University's PROUD project launched a campaign called Beyond the Castle to get local residents to think creatively about better and more creative uses of the land surrounding Lancaster Castle.

Duraweld looks pretty in pink

If you visited stationery manufacturer Duraweld last month, you might have been greeted by production manager Paul Moore in a pink woman's hoodie and account manager Caron Webster in pink pyjamas.

Spectacular spectacle store

Display and communications firm LightBrigade Media was recently enlisted to help revamp Ray-Ban's flagship London retail operation in Convent Garden.

Apogee Corporation in boat race for Help a Capital Child charity

Digital print services provider Apogee Corporation has completed a double charity challenge to raise money for Capital FM's Help A Capital Child.

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