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'I think a UK firm with sales of £100m is possible'

He might have been a relative latecomer to print, but Northside Graphics managing director Gary White has certainly made up for lost time with his multi-faceted award-winning digital print business.

Calling in the cavalry

Woody Allen wrote in his screenplay for the film Annie Hall, that “those who can’t do, teach. And those who can’t teach, teach gym.” While there may be an element of truth in his thinking, there has to be a compromise.

Rising star: James Taylor Printer, Bell & Bain

James is 22 and started working in the industry just over three years ago, at Glasgow book and journal printer Bell & Bain. Earlier this year he won Apprentice of the Year at Print Scotland’s annual apprentice awards.

Q&A: Amanda Mullins Director of sales & marketing, Battlefield Printing Group

Amanda is 52 and married to her “business partner and best friend”, with three fabulous children. Will (22) is reading medicine at Cambridge and Ruby (20) reading biology at Nottingham and Charlie (16) is in his first year at sixth form.

Overmatter: star quality

If you’re not glued to the telly of a Tuesday evening then why on earth not? You absolutely should be – rooting for one of print’s own, Michelle Evans-Fecci who’s flying the flag for Wales in the famous tent.

Q&A: Andy Stevens, head of client services, VR Print

Andy has been in print for over 35 years. In that time he’s been agency side, worked in publishing, design, print management and is now back in manufacturing. He’s married with five boys and lives in the Kent countryside. “My passion is music and I play guitar in a local band, playing as often as possible,” he says

Building a viable business out of a Bedroom Project

When Ed Snelson ran a printed clothing business as part of a year-long Young Enterprise project at school it sparked the beginnings of an idea that years later would evolve to see the now 28-year old heading a £1.4m-turnover print business with a 16-strong workforce.

To hire the best put your consultants in the hot seat

With competition in print acute never has recruiting the right leaders been so important. Long gone are the days when firms could take the ‘warm body’ approach to hiring staff.

BPIF rebrands and calls for renewal

Eyes were on the future at the BPIF’s annual general meeting, which took place in London on Tuesday 9 July as part of its yearly members’ day. The main focus of the all-day event, held at the St Bride Foundation, was the future sustainability and profitability of the sector.

The career changers who took a liking to the print sector

Print’s dead right? That’s what some people insist on saying. Print volumes have shrunk significantly over the last decade or so and the market has undergone an unprecedented period of consolidation.

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