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GMG - eight questions for '08

This year has been another rollercoaster ride for the industry. While the printweek.com editorial team takes a (well-earned) break over the Christmas season, we've turned to the great and the good of UK print and asked what we can expect from the year to come. Here's the forecast from GMG managing director Robert Weihling.

Communications channel-hopping

Picking the right name to reflect what a business offers is crucial, according to Dialogue Solutions chief executive Nick Dixon. That was why, within weeks of winning the Application of Digital Print Technology category in this years Excellence Awards, Howitt Digital became Dialogue Solutions.

Backward steps drive print forward

For a man whose mission in life is to sell as much print as he can, Jason Walker has a perverse attitude to the actual act of selling: the managing director of Macclesfield-based Everydayprint persuades his customers to put their run lengths down, rather than up. Typically, we take a zero off their average print run, and about the same off the invoice, he says. And Im a very happy man when that happens.

Daily challenges for a moveable feast

The sunny yellow on Fox Print Services website and business cards mirrors the disposition of the two men sitting in the office. From their laughter and jovial patter it is clear that both managing director Kevin Stanton and sales director Richard Lewis...

Weathering the storm

According to a survey conducted last year by business insurance underwriter Axa, 12% of UK companies believe that severe weather patterns are a bigger threat to their business than either poor management (3%) or competition (1%).

German print hits crisis point over pay dispute

A series of strikes over an annual pay rise have hit the German print industry, with thousands planning further stoppages this week, ahead of the latest negotiations.

Couple sets up sign company

A new vinyl printing company has been set up in Grimsby to print signs for companies in Lincolnshire.

Pira show back in Solihull after three-year absence

Pira has confirmed that its annual MIS show will return to the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull this year after a three-year absence following a fire in 2003.

CFH celebrates a decade of Toptree

CFH Total Document Management in Bath is celebrating 10 years of its Toptree Initiative.

Adare sells Kall Kwik and Prontaprint

Adare could consider selling more non-core parts of its business after it confirmed the long-awaited sale of its high-street print chains Kall Kwik and Prontaprint.

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