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Williams Lea appoints ex-agency boss to Tag

Williams Lea is understood to have found a new figurehead for Tag Worldwide following the departure of chief executive Steve Parish, who leaves at the end of this calendar year.

Esko extends mobile and Braille support in WebCenter 12

The latest version of Esko's WebCenter online packaging management platform will allow customers to access files at any time from their Apple iPhone.

Leadership concern for Tag following Parish's exit

Speculation is rife about who will head up Tag Worldwide following the imminent departure of chief executive Steve Parish and commercial director Richard Jameson.

Tag Worldwide CEO Steve Parish to step down

Steve Parish, chief executive of Tag Worldwide, will step down at the end of this calendar year to pursue "other interests outside of the business".

Repropoint hosts open day for Duplo staff

Repropoint this week opened the doors of its Woking premises to 25 staff from finishing manufacturer Duplo.

One Vision Imaging launches photo finishing division Vision Impress

Photographic laboratory One Vision Imaging has invested 500,000 in new digital arm Vision Impress, installing an HP Indigo 5600 and a raft of finishing equipment.

F1 continues to expand web development team

F1 Colour has doubled the size of its in-house web development team with a second appointment in two months in web developer Daniel Hill.

The Colourhouse delivers photographic quality on uncoated stock

Fashion photograper Rankin's latest book, Rankin Portraits, features images of high profile celebrities including Daniel Craig and Cindy Crawford.

Keene leads new board at revamped Tapestry

Tapestry, the Soho-based media production agency, has undergone a quiet revolution over the past six months led by former Keenes managing director Jeff Keene.

Medieval Leaves from a Psalter revived

Oxford artist William de Brailes was commissioned to produce illustrations for a Psalter in approximately 1240, but only seven leaves have survived until the 21st century.

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