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PPA loses second senior exec in six weeks

The Periodical Publishers Association (PPA) has lost its second senior executive in the space of six weeks with the announcement that chief operating officer Sarah Tunstall will step down at the end of the year.

BPIF survey paints gloomy picture of UK print industry

Almost 60% of print companies have cut prices and half anticipate further cuts, the latest BPIF Directions survey has found.

Mercury and BPIF launch new online training and apprentice service

Recruitment consultant Mercury Search and Selection has launched a new online service to help inform employers and employees of the careers and apprenticeships available in print.

Employers and employees working together to fight recession, CBI says

Companies and employees are working together to mitigate the financial crisis like never before, the CBI has said.

GASC urges UK printers to visit Print 09

The Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC) has urged UK companies to attend this year's Print 09 international trade show, which takes place from 11-16 September in Chicago, Illinois.

Proskills launches National Skills Academy

Proskills launched the long-awaited National Skills Academy for the process and manufacturing sectors last night as it published research highlighting the negative effect the skills gap is having on sector businesses.

Deaths at work fall to record low, says HSE

The number of people killed at work has fallen to a record low, but manufacturing deaths have remained roughly consistent, figures released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have revealed.

BPIF calls for entries to British Book Design and Production Awards

The BPIF has appealed for entries to its British Book Design and Production Awards 2009, run in association with Oxford Brookes University and The Publishers Association.

Unite and Polestar Varnicoat sign learning agreement

Unite and Polestar Varnicoat have signed an agreement with Leeds Technical College to redevelop the Evolve Project - a learning centre that offers staff the chance to increase their skills.

BPIF back in black with 216,000 profit

The BPIF has hailed its financial turnaround after posting a pre-tax profit of 216,000 for the 2008/2009 financial year, following on from a 1m loss the year before.

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