Search Results

Found 38 results for .

Your October & November Printweek has landed. Coming out on the eve of COP26, along with our usual news round up, dominated by M&A, the 'Sustainability Issue' has a definite green hue including a paper wrapping special report...

    Other
  • Friday, October 22, 2021
The issue's cover feature looks at how print can grow back greener by supporting buyers' eco agenda as mega brands and their consumers demand planet-friendly print as a matter of course. The environment also dominates our news briefing section, where print bosses reveal sustainability is no longer a nice-to-have – it’s essential, and we also preview the Power of Print virtual conference.

February favours long overdue good news

    News
  • Monday, March 1, 2021
February may be the shortest month, but as our rundown illustrates there was no shortage of big stories and top of the pile by a country mile was some welcome news.

The word of the month in September… mega

    News
  • Thursday, December 31, 2020
Mega mergers continue and mega contracts land, but while the good news is welcomed the industry’s trade bodies issue a joint clarion call to government to support the sector to prevent its decimation.

Print on the box in April

    News
  • Monday, December 28, 2020
One media channel embraced another as printers secured their 15-minutes of fame, while former Polestar execs, perhaps less willingly, find themselves in the Printweek spotlight again.

Stationers' £7.5m revamp set to begin

    News
  • Thursday, September 17, 2020
The UK print industry’s ancestral home, Stationers' Hall, is set to kick off a £7.5m renovation and modernisation project as it approaches its 350th anniversary.

Powerhouse minister speaks at CDi event

    News
  • Wednesday, August 10, 2016
More than 100 leaders in print, creative and digital industries gathered last week to hear newly appointed minister for the 'Northern Powerhouse' Andrew Percy talk about opportunities in the print and the digital sectors.

Green shoots prompt investment in leaner, meaner sector

Infinity Finishing was one of the lucky ones, but just how lucky only time will tell. The business started in mid October, but unlike many would-be start-ups, this one was made possible with a loan from an unlikely source - a high-street bank.

ING exit will hit digital most but there are other options

    Event
  • Wednesday, November 14, 2012
As one of the largest funders (and certainly the largest funders for brokers), ING's decision will have very significant ramifications for the print sector. Nobody can step in and fill that gap but other funders - including Print Finance - will work very hard with customers, brokers and manufacturers to absorb that loss.

Star product: Pageflex 8.0

    Event
  • Wednesday, October 31, 2012
For printers looking to break into or expand their high-margin web-to-print work, the latest version of this package has a lot to offer

Me & my... CreaseStream Mini

    Review
  • Wednesday, October 31, 2012
This machine may be small but on shorter runs, when outsourcing would be too time-consuming, it's delivering some impressive results

Current filters


© MA Business Limited 2021. Published by MA Business Limited, St Jude's Church, Dulwich Road, London, SE24 0PB, a company registered in England and Wales no. 06779864. MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group .