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Hertfordshire Display eyes sales growth with new W2P arm

Hertfordshire Display is developing a web-to-print arm that it plans to launch next year.

Bluetree invests in new CTP for W2P arm

Bluetree Design & Print has installed a new Heidelberg Suprasetter A75 to boost efficiency at its new web-to-print arm Route One Print (www.route1print.co.uk).

Printed.com launches wedding collection

Printed.com hopes to latch on to what it says is a burgeoning market by launching a collection of wedding stationery.

Tangent profits boosted by strong growth from Printed.com

Strong revenue growth from Printed.com and sister site Goodprint helped boost parent company Tangent Communications ‘H1 pre-tax profits by almost 50%, the company said.

Star product: RedTie Template 4.1

Web-to-print stalwart upgraded to boost features and speed.

Social firms work hard to be 'likeable'

Networking websites offer a low-cost way to improve sales performance and raise your profile.

'We see ourselves as growth hackers'

Lawrence Merritt was managing director of Photobox UK & Ireland from 2007 until 1 March this year when he side-stepped to head up his new 'incubator' arm of the business, Photobox Startups. Hannah Jordan talks to Merritt about successes, mistakes and obsessing over the small stuff.

Latent targets B2C market with Canon spend

Bristol-based printer Latent Light has invested in a Canon Imagepress C7000VP as it expands its presence in the consumer photobook market.

Why consumers need to see the big picture

When it comes to photography, the received wisdom is that consumers rarely think big. While they will happily create a photobook full of smaller images, the thought of picking one photograph to blow up into a large canvas or poster seems to be a step too far.

Interview: 'No printer wants a Vistaprint customer'

It began life as a catalogue, survived the dotcom boom - and bust - and went on to become the world's biggest web-to-print business. Jo Francis talks to Vistaprint founder and chief executive Robert Keane about 'productising' print, his dream piece of kit and how Vistaprint's best customers are a traditional printer's worst nightmare.

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