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Pressing questions: who’s made progress since Drupa?

It has now been 18 months since the big Drupa exhibition in Germany in May 2016, so it’s a good point to look at what’s happened to the many digital production presses that were unveiled there, plus a few of the significant developments or announcements since.

Take your first steps along the M&A trail

Transactional corporate finance is, in the words of printer Tim Black, a “movable feast”. Or should that be a ‘moving target’? Regulators have had a field day in recent years following the dotcom collapse of the early noughties, the banking crisis of 2007, the following global recession, and now Brexit, he says.

National treasure: printers trading on ‘brand Britain’

When was the last time you bought something that was made in Britain? For many of us that’s likely to be a tough question to answer. We’re so accustomed to a global market that we barely bother to check the journey a purchase has made to arrive at our home or business. It could be from anywhere – many never give it a second thought.

Moving out of a humble abode to your ‘des res’

Moving premises is the most stressful thing that most business owners will ever have to endure.

Fairytale machines are rewriting bedtime reading

Once upon a time, the personalisation of a children’s book simply meant having a particular child’s name appear on the cover. At the time, it was mind-boggling, like something out of, well, a children’s book.

Putting it all back together again

It was while he was on his dream holiday that Andy Martin’s nightmare began. The weather in Thailand on Christmas Day 2015 was near perfect, but clouds gathered elsewhere. From that other place came a text from his production director Russell Webster.

Adding up the eco impact of your business

Richard (not his real name) is the owner of what is probably one of the UK’s most environmentally friendly printing businesses.

Ashes to ashes

It’s a sad fact of life that businesses can and do fail and the fallout impacts many – owners, shareholders, employees, customers and suppliers alike.

Ipex: Action speaks louder than words

For some, it might feel like an age since Ipex was last resident in its long-term home at the NEC in Birmingham – seven years can certainly feel like an age in such a fast-moving industry, especially when Ipex returns to the NEC this month in a radically altered form.

Sector stays upbeat on Brexit gamble

The past few weeks have been a white-knuckle rollercoaster ride for Britain’s Brexit negotiations. Speaking in Florence towards the end of September, Theresa May unveiled a bit more detail around the government’s plans including an aspiration to remain a member of the single market until 2021.

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