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Thamesdown Marketing Services enters administration

Swindon-based mailing house Thamesdown Marketing Services has gone into administration, with the loss of 45 jobs.

Expoganza returns to Manchester

A series of events aimed at printers and other graphic professionals looking to grow and futureproof their businesses will return to Manchester next week.

PressOn supports Harrods and NSPCC charity pop-up

Large-format specialist PressOn worked with Harrods to launch Fashion Re-Told, a luxurious pop-up charity store that was set up to raise funds for the NSPCC.

Split sets letterpress world record

Leeds-based design studio Split has set a new Guinness World Record for the world’s largest letterpress printing press.

Local newspapers springing back up in print

Local news is turning back to print to get closer to its readers, with national newspaper consumption seeing a slight increase last month.

Trio of new sign-ups for Newtech

Three new exhibitors have signed up to join co-operative regional print show Newtech, which kicks off its 2019 series of local practical workshops in north London next month.

The Big Issue partners with Konica Minolta on AR project

The Big Issue has partnered with Konica Minolta to offer its readers a new way to access exclusive content through the use of augmented reality (AR).

New year predictions: Adam Unsworth, Plastic Card Services

The Plastic Card Services managing director will remember 2018 not only for its glorious summer, but also as a buoyant year for his company - something he hopes will continue into 2019.

New year predictions: Shahid Sheikh, Clifton Packaging Group

The ongoing plastics debate has dominated 2018 for Clifton Packaging Group chairman Shahid Sheikh, who believes that innovation coupled with export presents the biggest opportunity for printers going forwards.

New year predictions: Adrian Steele, Mercian Labels

Mercian Labels managing director Adrian Steele hopes that the government will get on with 'overdue' Brexit so that businesses know what to do to keep industry moving.

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