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Engage with young hearts and minds

With everything that’s going on around Brexit at the moment, this month’s National Apprenticeship Week was sadly lost in the fog of confusion emanating from Westminster and probably passed many of you by.

More power to the women of print

Thanks to Kelly O’Sullivan and her new networking group, I have learned about the great Emily Faithfull and her early, all-female print works. What a woman!

Happiness: the greatest gift that we possess

Welcome to the people issue of PrintWeek. I won’t lie: much as I would like to pretend otherwise, this wasn’t some sort of masterplan, it just kind of happened.

Friends, we’re all in this together

Now that daylight saving time has ended, the autumn evenings will briefly get lighter before the winter gloom descends – but last Monday evening the industry collectively lit up the night sky over west London.

For the right buyers, quality still sells

Does quality and innovation count in print anymore, or do you have to be focused on driving up efficiencies and driving down the cost per sheet to run a successful business?

Don’t panic over the Brexit bump

This month marks 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers sparked the global financial crisis. Happy anniversary.

Print’s future is in safe hands

We all have great work days, not so great work days and then, every so often, we have one of those amazing days where it feels more than a little fraudulent to use the word work as a descriptive.

Get out of work to focus on your business

In a few short-days, months of hard work by the PrintWeek team, our exhibiting partners and our workshop and conference speakers will come to fruition when PrintWeekLive! 2.0 opens its doors.

We need to broadcast print’s positive stories

Will the day ever come when the sustainability of print and paper will be accepted without question? Probably not.

As a business evolves so must its staff

In separate conversations this week, two print bosses detailed at length their belief that the days of the ‘traditional’ print business are numbered.

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