08 May 2018
| by Richard Stuart-Turner and Rhys Handley
While printers have had to face up to many challenges over the past few years, consumer trust hasn’t been one of them.
10 October 2016
| by Max Goldbart
Got an issue with your phone contract? Attempting to purchase Glastonbury tickets? Or, just maybe, opting for a new supplier for your latest print job? There is a very good chance you will have to put up with some interminable hold music.
09 November 2015
| by Richard Stuart-Turner
There is likely to be change ahead for printers that produce charity mailings after the government agreed to create a new register, the Fundraising Preference Service, to which members of the public could subscribe to opt out of all charity contact.
09 February 2015
| by Jo Francis
It seems as if Steve Wehrle was destined to work for the Radio Times. His father worked for the corporation at various outposts, and his mother was a BBC secretary.
14 July 2014
| by Jo Francis
On 30 September 2013, an announcement popped into PrintWeek’s inbox. It said: “St Ives Direct Bradford sold to Cogent B2B.”
12 December 2012
| by PrintWeek newsdesk
The year started and ended with consolidation in the web offset sector, but in the intervening 12 months, print had much to cheer about
03 April 2012
| by Tim Sheahan
While the industry continues its long road to recovery, only the most optimistic would claim that UK print is back to full health.
07 March 2012
| by Pamela Mardle
The recent release of ABC figures regarding net circulation of magazines between July and December 2011 painted a dark picture for the print industry. The bloodbath across men's lifestyle magazines, which saw Loaded numbers fall 30% to 34,505 over the past year shocked publishers and printers alike, but the total circulation numbers elsewhere reveal that this doom and gloom outlook is somewhat superficial.
15 February 2012
| by Adam Hooker
As another major print show rolls around, the industry is busy assessing exactly what this year's Drupa will be focused on. While no individual theme has emerged as a stand-out leader, there is a feeling that one trend in particular will continue: the increase in digital products at the expense of litho.