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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.

In this, our redesigned, monthly, bumper format, Printweek is carrying more editorial content than ever before, click here to find out more about this month’s issue…

We have business features on the practical steps you can take to handle a no-deal Brexit and a report on how print remains a key medium for the academic market, especially in the form of prospectuses and brochures.

Paper cuts into polywrap’s dominance

Take-up of paper wrapping in favour of polywrapping by publishers is gathering pace with three major media groups opting to make switches, including venerable weekly Country Life moving to paper wrap for its subscriber copies.

Government plan could be boon for Yorkshire’s creatives

With an economy worth an estimated £110bn per year, it is perhaps unsurprising that Yorkshire is not shy in shouting proudly about its successes, and it is against this backdrop that Yorkshire Day is celebrated on 1 August each year.

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.

Better together: print M&A activity shows no sign of abating

While mergers and acquisitions are nothing new in print, the latest PrintWeek Top 500 found that there were at least 77 deals involving UK printers between March 2018 and March 2019 – the busiest period in M&A activity in recent years.

BPIF rebrands and calls for renewal

Eyes were on the future at the BPIF’s annual general meeting, which took place in London on Tuesday 9 July as part of its yearly members’ day. The main focus of the all-day event, held at the St Bride Foundation, was the future sustainability and profitability of the sector.

Mind the gap: how printers can acquire digital skills they lack

With nine out of 10 British organisations lacking in digital skills, what means are available to modernise the workforce to face the changing world?

Will PVC recycling see off alternatives?

Recycling initiatives could help PVC to retain its dominant position in the wide-format market.

Can gov’t plan turn the tide for SMEs?

A new support package for the UK’s exporting SMEs could assist UK print’s global standing

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