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Is the digital skills gap holding print back?

Earlier this month the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) released its latest research into the UK’s Digital Economy, which highlighted the need for more digital and data skills among SMEs in the services and manufacturing sectors.

Can SMEs take on W2P’s big three?

For web-to-print giants Photobox, Truprint and Vistaprint, personalised print is their lifeblood, but it is a market that most commercial printers have either struggled to compete in or not entered at all.

Xerox bid could go any which way

Will they, or won’t they? As this issue of Printweek headed off to press, Xerox and HP were still locked in a tit-for-tat battle of words with HP refusing to engage in discussions.

Is digital cutsheet about to take off?

Among the proliferation of print-related conferences, IMI has maintained a reputation for providing a mix of new technologies and their application that reflect on functional developments, while providing clues about what’s on the cusp of moving into the graphic arts mainstream.

Touching the future today

It was Drupa 4.0, we were touching the future, and from 10 o’clock onwards on day one the buzz from Düsseldorf’s Messe was palpable. “Drupaaaaa, is in town agaaaaain” blared round the 17 halls, and print enthusiasts from around 190 countries knew that once again they were home.

Kodak sets out stream for Ultra tech

It’s pretty incredible to think that the history of Kodak’s inkjet business dates back half a century, to Mead’s ‘jet ink transfer’ solution for military mapping.

Nanography inches towards launch

"Benny has solved two of the fundamental problems of digital print, but he has created two more. Let’s see. It will take at least two years to solve.” These were the prescient words spoken at Drupa 2012 by a senior executive at one of the industry’s major equipment manufacturers.

Landa: Serial showman lifts the tempo again

"It’s like composing a symphony and conducting an orchestra where none of the players have played together before, and they are all playing new instruments. For that to come together and turn into a symphony and not a cacophony requires a lot of things to come together.”

Xaar: renewed ambitions in milestone year

This is a big year for Xaar. For a start, the Cambridge-headquartered inkjet developer is celebrating its 25th anniversary, providing the business with perfect opportunity to show-case its track record of continuous innovation.

Digital needs to inspire the brands

Kodak’s drive to bolster its share of the packaging sector, as voiced in the summer of 2017, seemed unlikely to be followed by the sale of the division most specifically targeted at that sector, namely the Flexible Packaging Division (FPD).

Landa’s tech now faces its true test

There aren’t many industry bosses who would choose to stand up in front of their customers, and talk for more than an hour about their family background and formative years.

Toner specialist turns on to inkjet

It’s all change at Xeikon. As of next month the Belgian digital press manufacturer will have a new chief executive. And as of last month this long-time exponent of the merits of toner-based print technology has a shiny new inkjet label press. Yes, that’s right. Inkjet.

Ink costs are key to high-speed inkjet

It’s a regular staple of the tabloid press, a shock-horror headline stating that consumers are paying more for their desktop printer ink than they’d pay for vintage champagne.

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