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Print and digital must team up to re-energise both media

At the beginning of the month, newspaper publishing giant News UK catapulted itself onto a new platform of cross-media potential and made the industry as a whole sit up and take notice.

Lucerne messe was abuzz with 'meaningful' innovations: a rundown of Hunkeler Innovationdays

It was not on the scale of Drupa or Ipex, but last week's Hunkeler show in Lucerne had plenty of tricks up its sleeve. Here's the PrintWeek rundown

Once just trickles, funding streams are now making waves: alternative funding

Finally, alternative funding looks to be taking off for print SMEs. It will not always be easy to secure the money, but the rewards could be fantastic

Wide-format hit by high street woes, but help is at hand

With the latest high street cull claiming four household names, POS printers have discovered the latest software could ensure that they don't follow

Print awaits results of the CWU 's potential boycott of DSA

Recent news of a possible CWU boycott of DSA has provoked strong reactions from print. Could there be fallout even the CWU hasn't considered?

What does 2013 hold in store for the UK printing industry?

We asked some of the top movers and shakers of British print to look deep into their crystal balls and make a forecast for the development of print in the year ahead - and carry out an autopsy of the year just passed

ING's withdrawal: how can print fill the void left behind?

The firm's decision to pull out of UK asset finance has left a gap in the print sector that could be worth around 170m. The question is: what now?

HMRC's latest reporting system could hide a nasty surprise

Real Time Information is HMRC's scheme to streamline tax and benefit payment, but a lack of publicity has left many businesses underprepared

Government must address failing apprenticeships system

A new report highlights what printers have known for years: the apprenticeship system is complicated and inaccessible for SMEs

'Mis-sold' IRSAs: Bully Banks takes on high-street lenders

A campaign group of SME business owners harmed by mis-sold IRSAs, Bully Banks, raises questions over the practice's effect on print. But what's next?

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