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2016 proves that anything is possible

What. A. Year.

It’s time to consider putting up prices

While on many levels we’re going through a period of seismic change, politically and economically in particular, some things remain constant. I’m talking about the thorny issue of pricing in print, as highlighted in our roundtable feature.

Print’s still vital for marketing

At last week’s Power of Print seminar at Stationers’ Hall in London, unsurprisingly the effectiveness of print was the main topic of the conversation.

Print’s buzz defies the doom-mongers

Brexit, shmexit. While you could have been forgiven for expecting last week’s PrintWeek Awards to be a little subdued compared with recent years – with the main topic of conversation being the state of the pound or economic uncertainty – the polar opposite was true.

Xerox is determined to meet challenges head on

In around 12 weeks’ time a new force in digital printing will be born: Xerox Corporation.

The trials and tribulations of buyers

Who would really want to be a print buyer these days?

Enjoy the silly summer and get serious in September

Summer’s here, the sun is out and the silly season is upon us – which means that interesting industry news is harder to find than a daily newspaper without a photo of Tom Daley in his budgie-smugglers spread across the front page was last Tuesday.

Business as usual, despite upheavals

Compared with the momentous events of late, the past couple of weeks have been fairly tame – all that seems to have happened is that we now have a new Prime Minister. Boring.

Bullish Team GB belongs in Europe

For two weeks this month, the PrintWeek team has been in what can only be described as a Drupa bubble – having decamped to Düsseldorf to produce the show’s daily newspaper.

Welcome to print Utopia

By the time you’re probably reading this the biggest print show on earth, Drupa, will have opened its doors.

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