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Break bread with your inplant kin

This issue’s round table discussion on CRDs was certainly an eye opener for me, not least because it highlighted the eye-watering diversity of products and services that a modern CRD has to offer to maintain its relevance and viability.

Follow customers on path to success

In this issue’s round table discussion, of the many interesting topics covered one in particular stood out: that there are two types of print businesses – those that are focused on products and those focused on services.

Friends, we’re all in this together

Now that daylight saving time has ended, the autumn evenings will briefly get lighter before the winter gloom descends – but last Monday evening the industry collectively lit up the night sky over west London.

Print can adapt to climate change

There’s been a definite whiff of autumn in the air this past week after what has been a long, hot summer. Unfortunately, it’s become increasingly apparent that the white heat of some very tough trading conditions has proved too much for some printcos.

Happy birthday to PrintWeek!

This issue of PrintWeek celebrates our diamond anniversary, marking 60 years since this magazine’s illustrious forbear, The Litho Printer, was launched as “a companion to print in Britain”.

Fortune may be found in a nice niche

In this issue’s interview, Rapidity boss Paul Manning talks about some of the lessons he’s learned in his career, and one in particular really struck a chord: how do you go about recognising the next big opportunity.

Print’s future is in safe hands

We all have great work days, not so great work days and then, every so often, we have one of those amazing days where it feels more than a little fraudulent to use the word work as a descriptive.

GDPR spells trouble for lazy marketers

Unless you’ve been living under a stone for the past few months, it can’t have escaped your notice that in a few short weeks the biggest shake up of data regulations in at least two decades will be rolled out: the General Data Protection Regulation.

The pleasures of benchmarking

For many of you reading this, the next few days could well see a stack of spreadsheets slowly spreading across your desk as the end of the financial year beckons.

Get out of work to focus on your business

In a few short-days, months of hard work by the PrintWeek team, our exhibiting partners and our workshop and conference speakers will come to fruition when PrintWeekLive! 2.0 opens its doors.

New year predictions: Simon Moore, Eclipse

2017 has been a year of change for the Eclipse managing director, after he sold and merged his business with GI Solutions Group in February to create an £80m-plus business. However, he believes one thing remains constant: the need to promote the benefits of print.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, BPIF

The potentially impact of a poorly managed Brexit is one of the chief concerns for the Fed’s chief executive in 2018. And, coincidentally, one of the lessons he learned this year was to be careful when dropping the 'B' bomb in conversation with members.

How. Can. It. Be. Christmas?

Where did 2017 go? Looking through our review of the year, it most definitely happened – and while it might not have been a vintage year for print, it was certainly an eventful one.

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