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New year predictions: Lynn Beasley, Washington Direct Mail

Washington Direct Mail managing director Lynn Beasley thinks GDPR could represent both the biggest opportunity and threat to the print industry in 2018.

New year predictions: Sam Shannon, Deltor Communications

Deltor Communications managing director Sam Shannon hopes the industry will embrace technology and look forward to the future in 2018.

New year predictions: Stuart Kellock, Label Apeel

Label Apeel owner Stuart Kellock has concerns about a shortage of young people coming into the industry and believes there should be more done in the way of training.

Killer app Leicestershire firms race through BBC appeal book job

The print industry doesn’t often find itself in the limelight, but two Leicestershire firms, Tudor Bookbinding and Chartwell Press, had their 15 minutes of fame on BBC Radio Leicester on 16 November thanks to their contribution to the station’s Children in Need appeal: a book entitled Do Your Food Friday Thing. It is hoped the project will raise £10,000 for Pudsey.

People of Print eyes big brands after marking two years of Posterzine

Print collective People of Print has celebrated two years of Posterzine – its flagship print project produced in collaboration with Pressision Creative Print & Finishing.

Historic postcard manufacturer set to close

J Salmon, the oldest postcard printer and publisher in the UK, is set to close in December after 140 years.

Konica Minolta launches Professional Print Division

Konica Minolta has launched a Professional Print Division in Europe for which it has appointed a new general manager.

Number of people helped by The Printing Charity up by 44%

The number of people helped by The Printing Charity increased by 44% year-on-year in 2016.

BPIF reveals latest UK print industry stats

The BPIF has updated its 'UK Printing - The Facts and Figures' publication, which reveals the latest industry statistics.

Brexit negotiations begin

The industry has reacted as the Brexit negotiations begin today (19 June), with the UK’s Brexit secretary David Davis heading to Brussels amid uncertainty over the solidity of the Conservatives’ minority government.

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