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Ricoh sets out ambitious growth plan

These must be interesting times for everyone who works at, or with, Ricoh.

GDPR six months on: where does the industry stand now?

On 25 May 2018, the data protection landscape changed forever. With a level of hysteria akin to the Millennium Bug, the implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) had brought with it both fear and anticipation.

Print can capitalise on online’s failings

In its eighth year, the Power of Print conference played host to its biggest audience yet, with more than 200 attendees heading to Stationers’ Hall to hear from an impressive line-up of speakers.

Budget makes some progress in restoring print’s confidence

In the first Budget to take place on a Monday since 1962, Philip Hammond made moves to commit the government to greater spending on health – £20.5bn more for the NHS over the next five years and at least £2bn specifically committed to mental health.

Subscribing to modern sales models

If juggernauts like Netflix and Spotify are anything to go by, the flexible subscription model is in vogue right now.

Do consumers understand packaging?

As the end of 2018 comes into sight, it has been nearly a full year since the plastic packaging debate was famously thrust into view by David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II documentary series.

Christmas comes early for bookworms

Christmas is coming – regardless of any protests that autumn has barely begun. The retail sector is revving up for the festive season already. For print, this means production will step up on all sorts of physical media.

Great British manufacturers taken on in latest M&A flurry

A busy year of M&A action among manufacturers appears to have come to a head with Heidelberg’s MBO buy, Plockmatic Group’s acquisition of Watkiss Automation and Kolbus Group’s purchase of Autobox Machinery all announced in the past few weeks alone.

Merchants can advise as prices rise

Printers are bracing themselves for another wave of paper price rises, the fourth this year, which are set to come into effect next week.

Former franchisees rebuild family ties after independence

Kall Kwik and Prontaprint used to be two of the biggest names in the UK high-street print market. At their peak, the two businesses ran a combined total of around 550 outlets in towns up and down the UK.

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