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Print quality: Each and everytime

Canon India expects to register a turnover of Rs 1,200 crore in 2010 - a 42% growth over 2009. Alok Singh speaks to Kensaku Konishi, president & CEO about the company's plans

Q&A: Scott Allaway

Scott Allaway is sales director at Xenith Document Systems. He is married with two children and his dream job would be a paid athlete. Fortunately, this could become a step closer to reality as Scott represents Great Britain in bobsleigh and is hoping to be picked for the Winter Olympics in February.

Backward steps drive print forward

For a man whose mission in life is to sell as much print as he can, Jason Walker has a perverse attitude to the actual act of selling: the managing director of Macclesfield-based Everydayprint persuades his customers to put their run lengths down, rather than up. Typically, we take a zero off their average print run, and about the same off the invoice, he says. And Im a very happy man when that happens.

Q&A: Andy Stevens, head of client services, VR Print

Andy has been in print for over 35 years. In that time he’s been agency side, worked in publishing, design, print management and is now back in manufacturing. He’s married with five boys and lives in the Kent countryside. “My passion is music and I play guitar in a local band, playing as often as possible,” he says

60 seconds with Washington Direct Mail

Washington Direct Mail (WDM) started in 1983 and was originally created to handle print and merchandising for a car manufacturer’s dealerships. It then set up a mailing house arm and went on to add personalised digital printing, which has paid dividends. The past year has seen rapid growth off the back off the General Election and the focused pursuit of target marketing, with the addition of new machinery and staff.

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.

60 seconds with Wensleydale Press

Wensleydale Press began life in the mid-19th century. It was acquired by husband and wife team Ken and Liz Lawson in 1979. Although Ken passed away a decade ago, the business continues to be run by Liz alongside Ken’s son Nigel.

New year predictions: Marian Stefani, IPIA

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  • Sunday, January 1, 2017
Independent Print Industries Association chief executive Marian Stefani believes print’s fightback against digital communications has already begun and in 2017 the sector will have the opportunity help clients re-engage.

60 seconds with Showcase Creative

After working in graphic design for a number of years Andy Wreakes and brothers Jack and Paul Batey (left to right in picture) spotted a gap in the market for short-run presentation folders. In 2013 they re-branded as Showcase Creative to reflect the growing range of products offered.

Q&A: Danny Kirk Director, Push Print London

Danny has spent 27 years in the “wonderful world of print”, a whopping 22 of them being in sales. He’s married with three boys, and his interests include managing his son’s football team and “trying to fit in my hobbies of running and golf somewhere in between”.

60 seconds with Ellison Printing

Ellison Printing was established in 1971 by Fred and Hazel Ellison. Fred is a time-served master printer and self employment was a natural progression. Their daughter Jane has been involved “since birth” and now leads the business day-to-day.

60 seconds with Strath Print

Strath Print was set up by directors Martin Benson and Peter Dunlop a decade ago, after the publisher they worked for closed its print division. The five-strong business is the only printing company on the beautiful Isle of Skye.

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