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Me & my: Kodak NexPress SX3900

You'd expect an invite to Buckingham Palace to be just a bit fancy. And you'd expect that, as such, it would probably have had all manner of special finishing techniques lavished upon it, either through extra units on a litho press or a specialist foiling machine for example.

GD Direct targets 30% growth with Xerox install

Digital marketing specialist GD Direct Solutions has said that it aims to boost business by 30%-40% following the installation of two Xerox machines, an iGen4 and a Nuvera 120 EA Production System.

Me & my: Xerox Nuvera 144 EA

All things considered, running a print business is really very similar to being a rock star. The all-nighters, the boozing, the outrageous costumes, the adoring fans... Okay, perhaps there are some slight differences.

'We see ourselves as growth hackers'

Lawrence Merritt was managing director of Photobox UK & Ireland from 2007 until 1 March this year when he side-stepped to head up his new 'incubator' arm of the business, Photobox Startups. Hannah Jordan talks to Merritt about successes, mistakes and obsessing over the small stuff.

GUA conference announced for October

The Graphic Users Association of Kodak Solutions Conference (GUA) has been announced for 2-5 October, marking a return to its original three-day format.

Growth at Vpress triggers recruitment drive

Web-to-print developer Vpress has taken on two new staff members and may recruit four more to meet a 40% growth in business.

HP Indigo users team up for mammoth Coca-Cola task

Coca-Cola is behind the biggest-ever use of HP Indigo kit for a 'personalised' promotion, involving a massive print run of 800m labels.

Fortune will favour first-movers with a personal touch

At Ipex 2010, Canon staged one of the most innovative live demonstrations that the print show has ever seen. Visitors to the manufacturer's stand were invited to submit their name to a Canon representative and then later that day they could go back and pick up a fully personalised box of Lego bricks.

1st Byte showcases print options with 1st Book

London's 1st Byte is pushing the possibilities of digital print with a new sample book to showcase its array of creative print and finishing techniques.

Screen previews cloud-based personalisation package

Screen has shown its cloud-based Variable Front-end Service, which it expects to commercialise by the end of 2013.

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