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Coronavirus survival guide, part one: Contracts

As Covid-19 continues to force the world into isolation, Printweek examines three key issues for management and finds advice on how to mitigate the impact of coronavirus. Part one is on removing risk from contracts.

60 seconds with Apple Binding

Apple Binding was formed in 1994 by Kate and Jon Luke. As Kate explains: “We were always looking for a business opportunity. Jon was a commercial diver and I was a print rep. I needed to get a book Wire-O bound and I had to wait six weeks to get the book finished. I thought there may have been a hole in the market. So we did a little research, and decided to have a go.”

Covid-19: Printweek matchmaking service

We’re sharing details here of UK printing companies with mothballed or spare capacity due to the virus crisis, and where this capacity could be used by others for the production of other essential or in-demand printed materials.

Combining new and traditional techniques

Surface Print lies in the small industrial village of Clayton-le-Moors just outside Accrington, Lancashire. Founded 30 years ago by John Watson, whose father and grandfather had both etched their careers in the wallpaper printing industry, the business now boasts a 70-strong workforce led by Watson’s children James and Abigail.

Charlesworth reproduces Insta’s capital hotspots in book form

An enduringly popular festive gift, book sales routinely go through the roof in the run-up to Christmas and publishers do their best to ensure that all tastes are catered for, even those that primarily live their life online and have little time for the printed word.

Wear your heart on your print

When February rolls around it means only one thing in the world of retail: shelves and rails filled with products covered in hearts and flowers.

Q&A: Graham Prichard, print manager, National Trust

“Too old to rock and roll too young to die!” Graham hit 60 this year and retires on 21 December after 41 years in the industry. Retirement will mean spending time at home with his wife of 38 years, Rachel, plus “really getting to learn how to play the three guitars I now own, plus perhaps getting my golf handicap into single figures.”

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