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New year predictions: Mark Simpson, Simpson Group

Simpson Group chairman Mark Simpson hopes his business will take on some rising young stars in 2017 and wants the print industry to get better at recruitment and training generally.

New year predictions: Nigel Toplis, Kall Kwik UK

Kall Kwik UK managing director Nigel Toplis hopes the industry will become more customer-driven in 2017.

New year predictions: Stuart Speechley, KJS Print to Mail Services

Stuart Speechley, managing director of KJS Print to Mail Services, is hoping the resurgence of direct mail will continue into 2017.

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.

Spin Print expands headcount by 25%

A Yorkshire-based print company has boosted the size of its team by a quarter after a series of appointments as it looks to expand in 2016 with a new B2 press.

Paragon Service Point relocates West Yorkshire branch

Paragon Service Point is moving its West Yorkshire branch to the high street to target walk-in clients and boost its local profile.

Pair convicted of producing brochures used to con investors

The co-owner and director of an East Sussex-based print company and his business partner have been found guilty of overseeing the production of brochures that promoted fraudulent investment schemes worth £1.5m.

Double Red redecorates leisure centre with cycling-themed wallpaper

Double Red Print has produced new cycling-themed wallpaper for the newly refurbished facilities at a Lincolnshire leisure centre.

Mimaki distributor Hybrid launches Vehicle Wrap Lab

One of the country’s foremost motorsport engineering education centres has teamed up with Mimaki distributor Hybrid Services to try and push wide-format print to new audiences.

BAPC awards celebrate print excellence

The British Association for Print and Communications (BAPC) hosted its annual awards at a lunch held on Wednesday (11 February).

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