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Don’t panic over the Brexit bump

This month marks 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers sparked the global financial crisis. Happy anniversary.

Print can adapt to climate change

There’s been a definite whiff of autumn in the air this past week after what has been a long, hot summer. Unfortunately, it’s become increasingly apparent that the white heat of some very tough trading conditions has proved too much for some printcos.

Happy birthday to PrintWeek!

This issue of PrintWeek celebrates our diamond anniversary, marking 60 years since this magazine’s illustrious forbear, The Litho Printer, was launched as “a companion to print in Britain”.

Fortune may be found in a nice niche

In this issue’s interview, Rapidity boss Paul Manning talks about some of the lessons he’s learned in his career, and one in particular really struck a chord: how do you go about recognising the next big opportunity.

Two industry stalwarts bow out

In the past few weeks two significant eras have come to an end, and while the writing had been on the wall in both instances – the reasons were very different.

Act now if you want awards glory

The clock is ticking, and in just under two-weeks’ time the entry deadline for 2018’s PrintWeek Awards will have passed*.

Print’s future is in safe hands

We all have great work days, not so great work days and then, every so often, we have one of those amazing days where it feels more than a little fraudulent to use the word work as a descriptive.

GDPR may put ROI back on the throne

A new day has dawned, and the world, well Europe at least, will never be the same again.

GDPR spells trouble for lazy marketers

Unless you’ve been living under a stone for the past few months, it can’t have escaped your notice that in a few short weeks the biggest shake up of data regulations in at least two decades will be rolled out: the General Data Protection Regulation.

Let’s put the gap years behind us

Apologies in advance for the sweeping generalisation, but I think few people would argue that print is still very much a man’s game.

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