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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: Mike Phillips, The Delta Group

The Delta Group chief executive Mike Phillips says that while Brexit was a disappointment, it might actually represent an opportunity provided the industry doesn’t get complacent.

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: Andy Barber, iMail

Andy Barber, managing director of UK Mail subsidiary Imail, has enjoyed a year in which he oversaw global expansion of his Konica Minolta user group and watched his beloved Leicester City win the Premier League

New year predictions: Parry Jones, The Specialist Works

Unsurprisingly, given that he’s managing director of print at full service media agency The Specialist Works, Parry Jones is a passionate advocate of print. And all he wants for Christmas is for the industry to stop talking itself down and start acknowledging its strengths.

New year predictions: Ryan Hennessey, The AA

AA head of marketing services Ryan Hennessey knows that savvy printers can call the tune when it comes to variable digital colour, although he’ll also be hoping to rock the sector with a very special guitar in 2017.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, the BPIF

BPIF chief executive Charles Jarrold says that while there may be some challenges in the year ahead, there will continue to be plenty of opportunities – and on a personal level, he hopes 2017 will be another year free of broken bones.

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: Ian Tonks, Unite

Unite's national officer for the graphical, paper, media and IT sectors, along with many others, has concerns about the impact of Brexit uncertainty in 2017 and thinks that training and apprenticeships are key for the industry.

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.

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