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The small matter of fraud

According to PwC’s 2018 Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey, only 49% of global organisations said they’ve been a victim of fraud and economic crime. While some might question the percentage quoted, the natural question that follows is what about the other 51%? Have they really not suffered any fraud – at all?

BOSS and BPIF partner for Covid-secure directory

  • Thursday, July 2, 2020
Office products trade association BOSS has partnered with the BPIF to launch a free online directory of Covid secure products that can support companies’ return-to-work efforts as workplaces reopen.

The Printing Charity reveals 2021 Rising Star winners

  • Monday, April 26, 2021
The Printing Charity has revealed the 47 young people that have received grants of up to £1,500 each as part of its annual Rising Star Awards, with more than half of this year's line-up coming from the print sector.

BPIF Outlook reports positive Q4 and Q1 confidence

  • Tuesday, February 16, 2016
The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, highlighting that output and orders exceeded expectations in Q4 2015 and there is a positive forecast for Q1 2016 as some confidence returns.

Me & my... Watkiss PowerSquare

  • Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Hachette UK's in-house print facility has discovered that this bookletmaker has boosted its productivity and attracted new business

The decline of cheque use is far greater threat to sector

To print cheques you have to become an accredited printer, and in the UK, the Cheque Printer Accreditation Scheme (CPAS) is run by us at the Cheque and Credit Clearing Company. The purpose of the scheme is twofold: to make life more difficult for fraudsters by maintaining the highest levels of security standards on the paper cheque and to reduce the possibility of errors.

RR Donnelley to close Danbury plant

  • Thursday, May 31, 2012
Leading US commercial printer RR Donnelley will close its printing plant in Danbury, CT and lay off 153 workers as it continues to streamline its print capacity.

Warming up for 'the Olympics of print': your guide to Drupa 2012

  • Wednesday, May 2, 2012
B2 or not B2? That is the question digital manufacturers have been asking themselves pre-Drupa and - for the most part - they have opted for the affirmative answer. So much so, in fact, that some are already calling Drupa 2012 'the B2 Drupa'. However, despite the best efforts of Fujifilm, Screen, HP, Xeikon, MGI and Landa, plus those of a Ryobi/Miyakoshi partnership, show director Manuel Matar says the epithet is a little premature for the self-styled 'Olympics of print'.

'I'm more energised and excited than ever': an interview with Benny Landa

  • Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Can Benny Landa do it again? He spearheaded the digital printing revolution in 1993 when he launched his Indigo E-Print 1000, promising "a print run of one". Now, after selling Indigo to HP in 2001, he has sensationally returned to print with Landa Digital Printing and Nanography - a new method of printing that he believes will be the basis for a second digital revolution.

Drupa preview: environment & knowledge

  • Tuesday, April 3, 2012
At Drupas gone by, talk of reducing alcohol consumption probably meant something very different to what it means today. Of course, there'll still be many resolving - and probably failing - to forgo the aprs exhibition revelries this year. But most will now be more concerned with reducing their press's alcohol consumption than their own.

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