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Buyers and marketers - win an iPod with the PrintWeek Power of Print survey

As the centrepiece of the PrintWeek 2010 Power of Print supplement, which will also be published in Marketing magazine, we're asking UK print buyers and marketers to complete our five-minute survey on their needs and wants.

Fespa says post-show survey reveals wide-format confidence

According to Fespa's third economy survey, conducted by InfoTrends following the 2010 show in Munich, 70% of visitors said they intended to invest following the show.

Third of firms in spring boost, says BPIF

Printers are holding out for better summer business after a welcome surprise in springtime trade, according to the latest BPIF Printing Outlooks survey.

Combat of technologies: Offset vs Digital...

Savvy printers will build their future on a combination of digital and litho and create a new business model, says Samir Lukka.

Printers rubbish R3 claims that IPs saved around 2m jobs in UK

Printers have reacted angrily to insolvency service trade body R3's report into the value of the insolvency industry.

Unite says 74% of print workers suffered salary freeze in 2009

According to a Unite survey, 74% of print workers took a pay freeze in 2009, while only 10% were given pay increases.

Fespa survey shows turnaround time is driving digital adoption

Demand for faster turnaround, just-in-time delivery and shorter runs are continuing to spur the adoption of digital printing in the wide-format market, according to the latest Fespa Worldwide Survey.

DMA survey highlights poor perception of DM's green credentials

Direct mail continues to suffer from a poor environmental reputation in comparison with email, which is considered the "greenest" means of communication, according to a recent study.

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