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Beware the wrath of the tax man

It is unwise to irritate HMRC and, therefore, vital to know how the tax system works and how to avoid penalties Words Adam Bernstein Illustration Snowdon Fine Animation.

The importance of keeping the history of printing alive

Heritage professionals must act now to bring print, in all its guises, to the attention of the public now and for future generations.

What it takes to be a business award winner

Reading-based VGL prides itself on its bold and innovative work which has led to winning numerous accolades.

Find enough space to grow and grow

The need for bigger premises led GH Display to consider an acquisition and expansion in all sorts of ways

Doing business for good will be good for your business

The idea that a commercial organisation should also be a force for good is gaining ground as adherents find it can boost profitability.

Pitch perfect: the art of selling smart

Sniffing out the main chance and flogging it may be the Sugar way, but it’s not always the best.

Why the big fish you’ve just landed may bite back

Think big, they say. After all, why would anyone turn up their nose at a huge slice of business? Consider the revenue, the prestige! Maybe even take a moment to bask in the envy of your competitors.

A historic type firm that’s still at the cutting edge

Next year sees the 300th anniversary of the company that is today called Caslon Ltd. In 1720, a London based engraver called William Caslon cut the punches for his first typeface, and went on to set up a foundry that bore his name.

Print’s global get-together gets set to embrace the future

It seems like only yesterday, when we were all (well, some of us at least) warbling along to “Drupa is in town again... touch the future” the official song for Drupa 2016, which rang out across the Messe every morning as the doors to the show opened.

The sky’s not the limit for this exporting superstar

Machines that convert large rolls of material into smaller more manageable rolls may not quite count as the unsung heroes of the industry, but they’re certainly vital and need both precision engineering and some of the latest tech. Who’d have thought that you could use Bluetooth in a slitter?

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