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Brutal industry can also be beautiful - and a great ride

After seven years, my time on PrintWeek has come to an end. While I would never claim to have ink in my veins, I will always feel that I am part of this industry and so before I move on I would like to offer this, my 'reflections of a closet printer'.

Prevent your best asset from becoming your biggest pain

Recruitment is a little like public speaking, insofar as the people who genuinely enjoy it, generally seem to get the most out of it.

Print holds few 'secrets', so why not open up a little?

Last November, I was lucky enough to attend the inaugural Dscoop EMEA conference.

UK's revitalised high-street print ops should be lauded

What with this issue of PrintWeek being dedicated to the thousands of micro-businesses in the UK print industry, it's timely that this week we break the news of the rebirth of one of our most iconic high-street printing brands, Kall Kwik.

Market for digitally printed textiles will blossom in 2013

Wide-format relies on trends in overall advertising spending, outdoor advertising, retail/indoor and events businesses.

Gov't has finally taken heed but will it benefit printers?

Albert Einstein said that insanity was doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Given the slew of government-backed lending schemes that have been announced since 2010 I can't help wondering if Vince Cable has a sign on his wall that says: "You don't have to be crazy to work here, but it helps!"

The power of print is best, whatever Google might say

Two Sides certainly knows how to pick a fight. No foe is too fearsome for the industry's crusader against greenwash to challenge - as evidenced by its open letter to Google's chief executive last week.

Informa's bad news won't necessarily impact visitors

A belated happy new year to you all - although I suspect the popping of Champagne corks at Ipex HQ was muted by the news of further major no-shows at next year's event.

While not the best vintage, 2012 was still a decent year

For those that remember our first issue of 2012, which featured web offset job and capacity cuts, you could be forgiven for thinking that this year has ended almost exactly the same way it began - with very little to smile about in-between.

'Big two' is the new reality of the web offset landscape

Right. This. Really. Is. It. Surely we have now definitely reached the tipping point in the UK web offset market.

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