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Major US buy for IG Design Group

IG Design Group has agreed to take over its US rival Impact Innovations in a £56.5m deal that will create “a new industry leader” in the gifting business.

Luxe paper bags take off for IG Design Group

IG Design Group’s UK business has increased sales and profits following an organisational revamp and a move into the production of high-end paper bags for retailers.

Barnard & Westwood prints Royal Wedding invitations

London-based fine printing and bookbinding specialist Barnard & Westwood has produced the invitations for the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Millennials turn to quality over quantity for Christmas cards

Young people have turned away from buying Christmas cards in droves, but their focus is on quality over quantity when they do.

Print history preserved at new Stationers' Hall archive

Priceless documents recording the history of copyrighting and the print industry will be available for all to see as the Stationers' Company opens its new Tokefield Centre archive to the public.

New W2P business aims to simplify print-on-demand

A new London-based web-to-print firm is hoping to win a share of the fast-turnaround printing market by simplifying high-quality print-on-demand for creatives and entrepreneurs.

Cutture London joins PrintWeekLive! line-up

Luxury event stationery specialist Cutture London has signed up to exhibit at PrintWeekLive! in March.

Dodo Pad issues plea to UK printers

Stationery firm Dodo Pad has laid down a challenge to UK printers as it strives to re-shore production to the UK from the Far East due to the fall in the value of the pound.

Philanthropist and LG Davis founder passes away

Ron O’Donnell, the “larger than life” founder of commercial printer and stationer L G Davis, has died aged 88.

Card Factory in personalised print push

Card Factory aims to grow its personalised gifting business after bringing digital printing in-house with a £1m spend on new kit.

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