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20 lessons learned during lockdown for prospering amid the new normal

While some print firms were shuttered during lockdown, others have kept going throughout. Dr Adrian Steele, managing director at Staffordshire-based Mercian Labels shares some of the changed workplace practices the business has adopted and that have become its ‘new normal’, as the label specialist continued to operate 24/5.

Coronavirus: contagion over contagion

‘When China sneezes the world catches a cold’. It’s abundantly clear that the global spread of coronavirus COVID19 is already affecting the day-to-day lives of plenty of people in the UK, and it looks like the impact is only going to increase in the near-term – the government was poised to move to the ‘delay’ stage of tackling the virus as this issue of Printweek went to press.

Xerox bid could go any which way

Will they, or won’t they? As this issue of Printweek headed off to press, Xerox and HP were still locked in a tit-for-tat battle of words with HP refusing to engage in discussions.

Print reacts to snap election news

The industry has mixed views on whether next month’s snap General Election will help to break the ongoing Brexit deadlock, but believes it should at least provide the usual short-term boost for print.

Big ambitions at home and abroad

After more than 125 years in family ownership, it’s fair to say that the past 18 months or so have involved some pretty seismic changes at Huddersfield-based large-format display graphic specialist Leach.

Big H seeks subs model growth in UK

In consumer sectors, the flexible subscription model has been popular for many years, with services such as Netflix and Spotify each now boasting more than 100 million paid users globally.

Finding a space in the spotlight

Peter Redmond is on a mission. The new managing director at Manroland Sheetfed UK wants the firm to be much more in the mix when printers are considering purchasing a new press. Actually, to be in the mix in the first place.

Feast or famine? Staying fed through good times and bad

It doesn’t bear repeating that these are uncertain times. As the Brexit deadline is delayed once again – and question marks remain over its ultimate shape and consequences – there is very little to reassure business leaders trying to steer their ships through unpredictable waters.

Identity politics: a rebrand is more than just a makeover

As the industry barrels forward at an accelerating pace, the worst thing for a business is to be left behind. That could take many forms: shortfalls could be either financial or technological, but a third concern is one less tangible: irrelevance.

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