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IPIA says 'essential' 2018 event will drive print forward

The Independent Print Industries Association (IPIA) has unveiled the line-up for next month’s Everything is Possible in Print (EPIP) event.

Details of Visual Media Conference revealed

BPIF special interest group CDI has set its sights on making next year’s Visual Media Conference (VMC) even “bigger and better” than this year’s record breaker.

Print Scotland hails apprentices

Print Scotland used its third annual Scottish Print Apprentice of the Year Awards to issue a call to the region’s print businesses to embrace apprenticeships.

BPIF Outlook reports muted growth in Q4 with no seasonal boost

The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, reporting muted growth in Q4 without the usual seasonal boost.

BPIF reveals latest UK print industry stats

The BPIF has updated its 'UK Printing - The Facts and Figures' publication, which reveals the latest industry statistics.

British Book Awards open for entries

The BPIF is hoping to improve on last year's record number of entries to the British Book Design and Production Awards as it launches this year’s awards scheme.

Free expert business advice at PWL!

PrintWeekLive!, which opens its doors tomorrow, will feature free one-to-one business advice and mentoring sessions for visitors, but places are filling up fast.

CPI issues industry recommendations to chancellor

The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) has outlined the challenges facing the paper industry and made a number of recommendations to the chancellor in the run-up to his forthcoming Autumn Statement.

SMP rebrands and changes sponsor

Direct mail network the Strategic Mailing Partnership (SMP) has rebranded and changed sponsor in a bid to recruit new members.

Low expectations for print in wake of Brexit vote

If predictions for output levels in Q3 are realised, we will see the lowest output levels since the financial crisis, according to a survey from the BPIF.

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