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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.

New year predictions: Mark Hetem, Opus Trust Marketing

Sales director at Opus Trust Marketing Mark Hetem is looking forward to another bumper year and ponders on why digital developments are both a blessing and a curse.

New year predictions: Gareth Jenkins, DS Smith

2015 has been a good year for DS Smith's UK Packaging Division managing director Gareth Jenkins. The firm took delivery of the first narrow width HP T400 Simplex Color Inkjet Web Press this year and he is looking forward to completion of two DS Smith PackRight Centres in spring 2016. Just don't mention the Rugby World Cup.

Tall Security Print launches apprentice scheme

Tall Security Print is preparing for its 25th anniversary next year by launching an apprentice scheme on the back of a £500,000 investment in 2015.

Addo Printing falls into administration

Addo Printing has gone into administration, just a year after its managing director bought the business out of administration in a pre-pack deal.

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