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More power to the comeback kids

Here in the UK we’ve got a proud history of sporting comebacks: Liverpool in the 2005 Champions League final against AC Milan, England against Australia in the 1981 Headingley Ashes Test or Red Rum in the 1973 Grand National to name but three.

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.

Murdoch: newspapers will be gone in 20 years

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has predicted the death of the newspaper within the next 20 years, as he gave his view on the future of press regulation to the Leveson inquiry yesterday morning (26 April).

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.

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.

TUPE revision is good news but won't stop phoenixes

The thorny issue of pre-packs has raised its head again, following last month's Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling that means staff at a company bought out of administration in a pre-pack deal are now protected by TUPE.

The public perspective

Did you know that the UK’s printing industry still generates around £14.1bn of revenue each year? Or that it is a significant part of the fourth-largest manufacturing sector in the UK by turnover?

Getting a patent is exciting, but there are plenty of risks

Having a patent is just like winning a fast-track to a roller coaster: you feel great walking past the queues waving your ticket, until you get on the ride, and then it is an unpredictable journey of highs and lows that can result in you crashing back down to earth with an almighty bump.

Automation can’t replace autonomy

Picture the scene: a dystopian future where printshops across the land are devoid of humans, with the press halls and binderies run by an army of robots and computers.

Engage with young hearts and minds

With everything that’s going on around Brexit at the moment, this month’s National Apprenticeship Week was sadly lost in the fog of confusion emanating from Westminster and probably passed many of you by.

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