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Print Scotland slams gov't print procurement policy

Scotland’s print membership body Print Scotland has spoken out against the Scottish government’s print procurement policy as another contract looks likely to be placed south of the border.

Women’s weeklies and lifestyle titles hit in latest ABCs

The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) has released the latest consumer magazine reports, highlighting a continued decline for women’s weeklies and lifestyle titles but growth in numerous other sectors.

Industry output and orders matched downbeat forecast in Q2

The UK printing industry almost exactly matched its downbeat expectations for Q2 in terms of output and orders, according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook, but the forecasts for Q3 suggest some growth ahead.

Ad spend on the up, but DM activity slows

New advertising industry research has reported that while direct mail activity is feeling the effects of a corrective slowdown following recent growth, spending on printed display ads for national news brands has risen for the first time in seven years.

Bookings open for Power of Print seminar

Two Sides has opened bookings for this year’s Power of Print seminar, which will involve 11 leading industry experts including a major figure in retail.

Print continues decline in latest magazine ABCs

The latest consumer magazine reports from the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) have shown a continued overall decline for print, although some sectors bucked the trend.

BPIF Outlook reports muted growth in Q4 with no seasonal boost

The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, reporting muted growth in Q4 without the usual seasonal boost.

Here comes The Sun

To celebrate Love Theatre Day earlier this month, PrintWeek’s roving reporter Max Goldbart checked out the latest offering from breakthrough writer James Graham - Ink - the story of how The Sun newspaper became what it is today.

Adare Guildford to remain open

Adare SEC's Guildford operation, which was due to close this week, is now to remain open as a client services site as production continues its relocation to Nottingham.

Scottish print trade body rebrands and calls for members

Scotland’s print membership body, Graphic Enterprise Scotland (GES), has rebranded as Print Scotland and its director has issued a callout for members.

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