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Q&A: Tim Messom owner, Save Tim from Bankruptcy

Tim’s claim to fame is that he saved his Notts business using Facebook and the above business name. It went viral and he ended up on TV in two countries. “I had my 15 minutes of fame for being broke,” he says.

Ambassadors for print must step up

This edition of PrintWeek has inadvertently become another apprentice issue; and I don’t mean the ‘you’re fired’ kind before you wonder.

Is enough being done to attract young people into print?

"Printing is part of life, but it requires skills,” said HRH The Duke of York at The Printing Charity’s 188th Annual Luncheon earlier this month.

Employee perks can perk up your performance

In its Employee Insight Report published in July 2015, Capita Employee Benefits found that 66% of employees would be more likely to stay with an employer that offers good benefits. As the saying (and classic Meatloaf lyric) goes, two out of three ain’t bad.

Q&A: Nicky Cerrato, account manager, Datum

Nicky has worked in the industry for 11 years, but is relatively new to Hatfield-based Datum having joined the firm five months ago. She has, however, known managing partners Scott Pearce and Mark Gamble for more than a decade.

Help your staff step up and take charge

When print was simpler, more muscular industry, stepping up to management from the printroom rarely caused an issue. Indeed, part of the role usually entailed staying in that print room: the majority of print businesses were – and still are – too small to have a manager stuck in a distant office all day.

‘We don’t need to panic, we just need to follow the plan’

When Mark Cornford led a £12.8m MBO at Communisis’s business forms operation in 2008, it’s fair to say that a few people thought the proud Welshman was perhaps a little bit mad.

Overmatter: pedal power

The pedal-power of Park Communications directors Alison Branch and Heath Mason has paid off – the duo raised more than £8,000 in their recent charity cycle ride from London to Amsterdam.

The rise of the robots needn’t be an apocalypse for printers

Potential future uses for robots in the workplace hit the headlines recently as the result of a major BBC series, Intelligent Machines, looking at advances in artificial intelligence and robots.

Automation can’t replace autonomy

Picture the scene: a dystopian future where printshops across the land are devoid of humans, with the press halls and binderies run by an army of robots and computers.

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