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Keep clients’ brands safe and sound

Every marcomms practitioner will vouch that brand recollection and brand assets are the most important commodities that brands need to protect.

Make sure you get a fair slice of the action

It wasn’t that long ago that former Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, who lost his seat in the 2017 General Election, was being pushed toward the chairmanship of Johnston Press by Custos, a major shareholder that was unhappy with the performance of the board.

Snatch success from the jaws of failure

His first response was stark: “Oh my god, what are we going to do?” Claremon managing director John Conroy had just been told his neighbouring print company, Wheelden Print, had gone out of business.

Finishing kit with a kind of magic

The embellishment market is booming at the moment. From spot UV coating through to hot foiling, more and more printers and trade finishers are looking to invest in embellishment technology driven by growing demand from their customers for something different.

Boardroom responsibilities need to be taken seriously

Everyone loves a title. Whether it’s self-aggrandisement, public recognition of good work done, or as a function of a role, titles are everywhere. But while some titles are honorific, others, such as that of company director, carry duties and obligations that are backed by legal sanction. And for good reason too.

Making the case for setting up apprenticeships

Keenan Phillips had something to prove at his interview for an apprenticeship post. So did the man interviewing him for the job at Saxon Packaging.

Add to your hat collection to help you get ahead

Diversification: is it a buzz word we’ve become obsessed with or an unnecessary evil if a print business is to thrive beyond 2018?

Has fixed-palette come of age at last?

A quarter century has passed since serious proposals were first made for six- and seven-colour process sets to replace the need for spot colour inks.

What threat does IoT pose to printers’ kit?

Fridge freezers that auto-order milk, kettles that boil water using an app and thermostats that you control from your car... the internet and things that run on it have come a long way since Sir Tim Berners-Lee decided that a network to share data with colleagues at CERN would be a good idea.

At the cutting edge: slicing and dicing at lightspeed

Up until a couple of years ago laser cutting was considered a niche part of the print market. Most printers would send out this intricate finishing work to a handful of specialist laser companies that essentially serviced the entire UK market.

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