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Xerox wins BA mailing contract

Xerox Managed Print Services has been awarded a five-year enterprise print services contract by British Airways (BA) and tasked with cutting the airline's total print and mailing costs by up to a quarter.

First speakers revealed for PrintWeek client insight briefing

PrintWeek can reveal some of the speakers lined up for its next Breakfast briefing, which is focused on client insight and at which leading figures from the worlds of marketing and procurement will offer powerful insights into the minds of marketers.

HP plans Frankfurt Book Fair presence

HP is to create a Digitally Printed Book Store stand at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair to showcase its portfolio of publishing printing equipment.

Printers in "strong" position to influence purchasing decisions

Paper manufacturer Arjowiggins Graphic has said that printers are in a "strong" position to influence customers' purchasing decisions.

Waterstone's boss Daunt stands up for printed books

Waterstone's new managing director James Daunt espoused the longevity of the printed book in an interview on Radio 4's World at One programme (15 August).

Turn on and tune in to all the channels

Think of it this way: if you had no experience of flying a plane, you would not jump into the pilot's seat of a 747 and try and fly 300 passengers to the Bahamas. It's the same principal for cross-media marketing. Yes, you can go out and buy lots of flashy, expensive software and yes you can find some willing clients who are impressed enough with the sales patter to take a risk on you, but if you don't actually, properly and conclusively, know what you're doing, the outcome will be disaster.

The pros and cons of being a one-stop media shop

It's not like the print industry to take something for granted. Be it the outlandish claims of a new piece of kit, a boast of massive profitability or a brag about environmental performance, print always seems to apply an eye of scrutiny.

Xerox announces Morrisons PM deal, targets outsourced marcomms growth

Xerox has said it is targeting a bigger slice of the global outsourced marketing communications spend as it announced a major contract win with UK supermarket chain Morrisons.

InnerWorkings targets an end to global print inefficiencies

InnerWorkings has set its sights on establishing a worldwide creative and print management platform for global brands following the February acquisition of its main competitor in Latin America, CPRO.

Office2office pre-tax profit hit by reduction in public sector sales

Office2office has said its 2010 preliminary results have has been hit by a reduction in public sector sales volumes, as pre-tax profit falls from 8.1m to 4.6m.

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