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Flexo widens its appeal

Back in July we looked at how advances in automation and fast drying are allowing the latest litho presses to increasingly compete what were once the USPs of digital processes: short runs and fast responses. Something similar is happening in flexography too, though it’s not been remarked upon as much as the amazing increases in flexo print quality over the past decade.

New banks take up the SME challenge

The business banking market is evolving. Once upon a time, you would take your pick from the traditional big-hitters in the sector: household names like RBS, Lloyds, Santander, HSBC and their various subsidiaries.

Set up your own champions’ league

Ink is in the blood,” says Essential Print Services founder and owner Yvonne Gorman.

Rollem plays its cards right

About half of our Best of British subjects and future candidates have surprisingly long histories. They’ve survived by adapting to the huge changes in technologies, social and economic conditions over the years and still manage to present relevant products to the market.

Prospecting is worth gold to universities

At this time of year students all over the country can be seen clutching printed marketing material with university logos emblazoned all over it.

HMRC always gets its share

It’s bad enough that failed firms leave a wake of upset and financially hurt creditors. But when the taxman steams in, takes preference over unsecured creditors, saving little for anyone else, it can leave a particularly nasty taste in the mouth.

Any which way but lose?

In spite of the latest zany political shenanigans – Boris threatening to break the law (or actually breaking the law), opposition MPs sitting on Speaker John Bercow in an attempt to, physically, prevent prorogation, a government wilfully throwing its majority away – it looks very much like the UK could, one way or another, finally leave the EU on 31 October – and on a no-deal basis too.

Best of British: Hamillroad’s big screen test

How does a small Cambridge developer produce halftone screening software intended to outperform the big pre-press players? This is the story of Hamillroad, which sells advanced Digitally Modulated Screening (DMS) technology for flexo and litho printing as an aftermarket add-on for any platesetter RIP.

Building a viable business out of a Bedroom Project

When Ed Snelson ran a printed clothing business as part of a year-long Young Enterprise project at school it sparked the beginnings of an idea that years later would evolve to see the now 28-year old heading a £1.4m-turnover print business with a 16-strong workforce.

Clean-up proposal is set to put the records straight

The UK is thought of as being in the vanguard of the rule of law, good governance and best business practice. However, the registration and administration of businesses within the UK has fallen behind that of its overseas rivals.

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