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Big ambitions at home and abroad

After more than 125 years in family ownership, it’s fair to say that the past 18 months or so have involved some pretty seismic changes at Huddersfield-based large-format display graphic specialist Leach.

Print reacts to snap election news

The industry has mixed views on whether next month’s snap General Election will help to break the ongoing Brexit deadlock, but believes it should at least provide the usual short-term boost for print.

New hue cues are influencing and driving colour fashions

When it comes to factors that determine and shape the colours used by brands, designers and manufacturers today, the catwalk has fallen out of fashion while social media is now the biggest influence, at least according to a new publication from papermaker James Cropper.

Breaking down the plastics debate

In the past couple of years, plastic has increasingly found itself at the heart of any conversation about sustainability.

Global label and packaging sector is as vibrant as ever

Labelexpo Europe pulled out all the stops for its 40th anniversary edition, putting on the largest show to date at the Brussels Expo exhibition space.

Big H seeks subs model growth in UK

In consumer sectors, the flexible subscription model has been popular for many years, with services such as Netflix and Spotify each now boasting more than 100 million paid users globally.

Fringe targets print in eco drive

With ticket sales topping 3 million for the first time this year, the 345,000 copies of the programme produced for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe festival may on the face of it seem like a comparatively conservative figure.

Finding a space in the spotlight

Peter Redmond is on a mission. The new managing director at Manroland Sheetfed UK wants the firm to be much more in the mix when printers are considering purchasing a new press. Actually, to be in the mix in the first place.

Feast or famine? Staying fed through good times and bad

It doesn’t bear repeating that these are uncertain times. As the Brexit deadline is delayed once again – and question marks remain over its ultimate shape and consequences – there is very little to reassure business leaders trying to steer their ships through unpredictable waters.

In this, our redesigned, monthly, bumper format, Printweek is carrying more editorial content than ever before, click here to find out more about this month’s issue…

We have business features on the practical steps you can take to handle a no-deal Brexit and a report on how print remains a key medium for the academic market, especially in the form of prospectuses and brochures.

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