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Digital skills 'black hole' affecting UK productivity

A deficit of digital skills in the UK workforce is negatively impacting productivity, a study from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has found.

Voting open for PrintWeek Power 100

Voting is now open for PrintWeek readers to have their say on who are the industry's leading lights in our annual Power 100 poll and potentially win a £100 John Lewis voucher.

Output increases fail to lift industry optimism

Increasing output levels are not enough to boost confidence in the printing industry, according to the BPIF’s Printing Outlook survey for Q3 2017.

Print still trusted over digital by consumers

The power of print continues to sway consumers all over the world, according to a survey published by paper and print advocacy group Two Sides.

Packaging holds up in face of Brexit threats

A YouGov survey has revealed that while many small businesses in the UK are seeking to cut costs in the face of Brexit uncertainty, the vast majority won't cut packaging spend.

Teachers lacking knowledge about STEM careers

Teachers feel they are not well-informed enough about STEM careers, despite the majority of students’ post-school career choices being influenced by their teachers, according to a new report.

Ad spend grows again but print spend still falling

UK advertising expenditure grew by 1.3% year-on-year in Q1 2017 but print continued to decline, despite direct mail exceeding forecasts, according to new research.

Upturn in fortunes for print as Q1 exceeds expectations

The BPIF has reported a solid first quarter for print, the industry’s best Q1 for three years and a vast improvement on the same period last year.

Fespa launches second global Print Census

Fespa has launched its second global Print Census, the first surveys having been completed at Fespa Asia in Bangkok earlier this month.

Seasonal upturn takes effect but concerns remain

The industry's seasonal Q4 upturn was better than expected last year, although output was down on the same quarter in 2015, the latest survey shows.

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