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New year predictions: Lynn Beasley, Washington Direct Mail

Washington Direct Mail managing director Lynn Beasley thinks GDPR could represent both the biggest opportunity and threat to the print industry in 2018.

New year predictions: Richard Gray, Prinovis UK

Prinovis UK's managing director Richard Gray is licking his wounds after England's Grand Slam losses, but is looking forward to a 2018 where print advertising makes a real comeback.

New year predictions: Sam Shannon, Deltor Communications

Deltor Communications managing director Sam Shannon hopes the industry will embrace technology and look forward to the future in 2018.

New year predictions: Stuart Kellock, Label Apeel

Label Apeel owner Stuart Kellock has concerns about a shortage of young people coming into the industry and believes there should be more done in the way of training.

Konica Minolta unveils light production AccurioPrint

Konica Minolta has expanded its AccurioPrint family with a new multi-function printer (MFP).

Killer app Leicestershire firms race through BBC appeal book job

The print industry doesn’t often find itself in the limelight, but two Leicestershire firms, Tudor Bookbinding and Chartwell Press, had their 15 minutes of fame on BBC Radio Leicester on 16 November thanks to their contribution to the station’s Children in Need appeal: a book entitled Do Your Food Friday Thing. It is hoped the project will raise £10,000 for Pudsey.

Overmatter: political presents

Overmatter recently embraced the joys of the alternative Advent calendar scene, not least because the explosion in special interest Advent calendars (gin, rum, Pringles, pork scratchings, tea bags, pet treats, beauty products… and more) has resulted in additional print work for some lucky printers.

Printing Charity celebrates 190 years

The Printing Charity (TPC) celebrated its 190th anniversary at its annual luncheon yesterday (23 November), welcoming its current president Baroness Brenda Dean as guest speaker.

Postcard from North Norfolk

Jo Francis visits The Great British Seaside and ponders the future for postcards.

Kodak points to printed electronics opportunity

Kodak’s Brad Kruchten has described printed electronics as the "the next frontier for print" and believes commercial printers should be able to move into this evolving market.

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