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Print has always been part of politics and innovations mean it always will

The relationship between politicians and printers is closer than many may think. It is summed up in a quote from David Penhaligon, the famous Cornish Liberal MP, which now permeates the practice of every political party: "If you've got something to say, stick it on a piece of paper and shove it through a letterbox."

Oc backed by the crowd as it takes the open route to establish new markets

Oc is a big company. With sales of around 3bn euro last year, it dwarfs many of the industry's suppliers. Yet the Netherlands-headquartered group has publicly stated that it does not feel it has the necessary size or scale to compete in some of its markets, so it's aiming to sign strategic alliances, joint developments and other forms of co-operation.

The show goes on

According to Andrew Tribute, exhibitions are dead as they no longer work, they dont provide anyone with value, they are outdated and only good for small suppliers that dont have the marketing strength to find and meet potential new prospects". This is not a new argument, and from my experience in the exhibition industry, certainly not one that is unique to the graphic arts sector.

We must celebrate our successes

This issue’s interviewee Adam Carnell started his print business with partner James Kinsella when they were both just 21 – 10 years ago to the day tomorrow.

Keep calm and carry on, again

Once again, an overly confident PM and disgruntled electorate have combined to give business confidence a kick in the nether regions, at the worst possible time – on the eve of the traditional summer slowdown.

Don’t exit your opportunity to win big

So, after last week’s announcement, it’s hopefully not escaped your attention that the fateful decisions that could have a massive impact on your business and its people will be unveiled in October.

Never mind the bollocks, here’s print

After last Monday’s PrintWeek Awards, it’s difficult to have anything other than warm and fuzzy feelings about the world of print – once the post-celebration headaches and queasiness pass, of course.

Your clients are your best salespeople

It’s often said that the most effective salespeople in any business are its customers. A few well-placed words from a current client to a prospect can do more to win a deal than even the smoothest salesman.

New year predictions: Mark Handford, Pureprint Group

It’s safe to say that Christmas 2015 was slightly more relaxing for Pureprint chief executive Mark Handford than 2014, partly because this Christmas was spent on the beach but largely because this time last year he was finalising £5.3m investment from Business Growth Fund and simultaneously acquiring a majority stake in Newcastle upon Tyne-based Imprint Group.

We've listened to clients to ensure we improve services

Royal Mail is working very hard to improve its efficiency to ensure we provide the service levels that our customers expect at the right prices. We face a number of challenges, including declining mail volumes, and we need to operate as effectively as possible for the benefit of all of our customers.

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