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Print can capitalise on online’s failings

In its eighth year, the Power of Print conference played host to its biggest audience yet, with more than 200 attendees heading to Stationers’ Hall to hear from an impressive line-up of speakers.

Budget makes some progress in restoring print’s confidence

In the first Budget to take place on a Monday since 1962, Philip Hammond made moves to commit the government to greater spending on health – £20.5bn more for the NHS over the next five years and at least £2bn specifically committed to mental health.

How is business confidence faring in the devolved nations?

According to research from accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young, entrepreneurs are four times more likely to start a business in London than in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Latest industry age statistics don’t tell the whole story

The average age of a print industry worker has fallen, according to new data sourced by the BPIF. Previously estimated at 48, the organisation has analysed the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics – obtained via a Freedom of Information request as the data is not generally published – and revealed that the average has now dropped to around 43.

Litho remains resilient in the face of ongoing digital growth

When Benny Landa presented the first Indigo press at Ipex 1993, commercial colour digital printing as we know it was born and all sorts of predictions were quickly made about the impact digital would have on the industry and how much longer litho would dominate.

Independent’s move online does not reflect wider sector

The births, deaths and marriages column is a well-read newspaper fixture. Indeed, News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch chose to announce his engagement to Jerry Hall in the marriages column of one of his own papers, The Times, just last month.

Can the Apprenticeship Levy deliver real value for industry?

With just 15 months to go before the Apprenticeship Levy comes into force, companies are advised to start planning their apprenticeship provision, if they have not done so already.

ABCs don’t reveal the whole story

The recent release of the ABC figures for net circulation of magazines between January and June 2015 showed the usual continuing falling circulation figures across the board, yet publishers and analysts remain generally upbeat about the state of the magazine industry.

Election 2015: Whoever wins, print’s role is crucial

Things are getting heated in the Thanet South constituency, where UKIP leader Nigel Farage is making a make- or-break stand in his attempt to become an MP.

Why did Timsons' digital dream go so wrong so quickly?

Launched less than three years ago at Drupa 2012, as of next month the Timsons T-Press, the 200m/min duplex, monochrome, inkjet book printing line, will become a collector’s item.

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