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The industry needs a better focus on gender imbalance

Writing the words ‘women in print’ feels clunky, uncomfortable and outdated. Surely in 2018, it shouldn’t even be a term or subcategory discussed in the media? However, as much as we dislike it, it is.

Overmatter: overboard

Overmatter has heard about a few printing industry folk performing heroics over the years in order to extricate clients from sticky spots.

‘I’m really excited about where the market is going’

Danny Clarke, managing director of Howard Hunt Group’s eponymous manufacturing business and Graft print management, is a passionate man.

Learn to capitalise on your customers’ deepest desires

Let’s talk psychology. No, not the meaning of that awful recurring nightmare; the one where you’re running naked past the presses in a panic that you’ve forgotten to action your company’s biggest ever order – with the fiery unicorn of justice in hot pursuit, baying for your blood.

Strengthen your bonds with staff and customers

Businesses exist to make money. But in order for a company to turn a profit, its employees must be clear as to what is being asked of them, and motivated to work in the right way to achieve those objectives.

Build bridges to inspire the next generation

It started badly, and with Idi Amin. In early August 1972 the president of Uganda ordered the expulsion of his country’s Asian minority, giving them 90 days to leave.

A bit of personality will set you apart from the crowd

While some old-school printers may be still relying on the size of their machinery to wow customers and win new business, more and more printers are moving from shouting about their technical prowess to focusing their attention on developing a distinct brand personality and tone of voice to ensure that they are treated as serious creative influencers.

‘Understanding people is the biggest thing of all’

It’s fair to say that Peterborough-based Printondemand-worldwide does exactly what it says on the tin – on-demand printing, specifically of book products.

Apprenticeship Levy under fire for failing businesses

More than a year has passed since the Apprenticeship Levy was launched last April and many feel that it is not working as intended.

Should print businesses call time on zero-hours contracts?

You don’t always know what the year might throw your way. For printers, demand is often seasonal. Periods of plenty can be followed by pockets of drought.

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