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Engage with young hearts and minds

With everything that’s going on around Brexit at the moment, this month’s National Apprenticeship Week was sadly lost in the fog of confusion emanating from Westminster and probably passed many of you by.

More power to the women of print

Thanks to Kelly O’Sullivan and her new networking group, I have learned about the great Emily Faithfull and her early, all-female print works. What a woman!

Friends, we’re all in this together

Now that daylight saving time has ended, the autumn evenings will briefly get lighter before the winter gloom descends – but last Monday evening the industry collectively lit up the night sky over west London.

Print’s future is in safe hands

We all have great work days, not so great work days and then, every so often, we have one of those amazing days where it feels more than a little fraudulent to use the word work as a descriptive.

Get out of work to focus on your business

In a few short-days, months of hard work by the PrintWeek team, our exhibiting partners and our workshop and conference speakers will come to fruition when PrintWeekLive! 2.0 opens its doors.

New year predictions: Simon Moore, Eclipse

2017 has been a year of change for the Eclipse managing director, after he sold and merged his business with GI Solutions Group in February to create an £80m-plus business. However, he believes one thing remains constant: the need to promote the benefits of print.

New year predictions: Charles Jarrold, BPIF

The potentially impact of a poorly managed Brexit is one of the chief concerns for the Fed’s chief executive in 2018. And, coincidentally, one of the lessons he learned this year was to be careful when dropping the 'B' bomb in conversation with members.

Welcome to print Utopia

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

Be on the right side of the great divide

It probably hasn’t escaped your notice that this issue of PrintWeek is slightly slimmer than usual. However, unless you’ve purloined your copy from a colleague, you’ve hopefully also noticed the reason why: within your fortnightly polybag of goodness is the 2016 Top 500 – our state of the industry financial report on the UK’s 500 largest companies.

New year predictions: Mark Handford, Pureprint Group

It’s safe to say that Christmas 2015 was slightly more relaxing for Pureprint chief executive Mark Handford than 2014, partly because this Christmas was spent on the beach but largely because this time last year he was finalising £5.3m investment from Business Growth Fund and simultaneously acquiring a majority stake in Newcastle upon Tyne-based Imprint Group.

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