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Bluetree Connect expands

Bluetree Group has given its print procurement brand, Bluetree Connect, a massive fillip with the appointment of a new director, staff and the allocation of additional resources.

Infigo finds partner for US expansion

Infigo Software has celebrated its best ever month of business in the UK and expanded into the US with a partnership with Page Technology Group (PTG).

Born Group appoints Sotheby’s catalogue printers following contract win

Digital agency Born Group has appointed Pureprint and Geoff Neal Litho to print and finish Sotheby’s catalogues after it won a multimillion-pound contract to handle the auction house’s catalogue production on a global scale.

Infigo seeks public votes to win Branson funding for expansion

Crawley-based web-to-print and cross-media marketing software developer Infigo Software intends to expand in the UK and North America if it wins business funding from Sir Richard Branson.

Infigo Software launches Catfish Hybrid Mail service

Infigo Software has launched Catfish Hybrid Mail, a secure service that the company said enables businesses to easily standardise documents across print and email.

Paperlinx in strategic partnership with DHL

Paperlinx is to partner with DHL on "a number of strategic initiatives" that could potentially lead to the logistics group eventually taking over from the merchant's The Delivery Co logistics arm.

Arjo launches clean water campaign

Arjowiggins Graphic is trying to secure clean drinking water for 3,000 people in Africa as part of a new campaign for its sustainable Cyclus paper.

Exaprint showcases creative options

Exaprint has launched its new Creative Box product, showcasing a range of added-value print and finishing techniques that form part of its service.

Ditto board proves a hit at Fespa

A new UK-designed and manufactured display and signage board is proving one of the surprise hits at Fespa.

Royal Mail hits back at CWU ballot

Royal Mail has described the CWU's consultative ballot as "disappointing" and defended its position on the questions raised by the union.

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