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Digital set to take 21.1% market share by 2024

Digital print is on track to further displace demand for traditional processes, according to the latest figures from Smithers Pira.

Two Sides study shows green myths persist despite love for print

A new survey commissioned by paper advocacy group Two Sides has revealed that numerous environmental myths about paper persist among the European public, despite an enduring love for print.

Book sales slump fails to blight UK printers

UK book printers enjoyed a fruitful 2018, despite overall book sales falling for the first time in five years.

Signs point to optimism in sector report

According to a new report, the UK signage sector is in rude health, with most firms optimistic about the future despite economic uncertainty.

Industry growth slowed in Q1 but held above forecast

The first quarter of 2019 experienced a slowdown in growth following the previous quarter’s seasonal boost, but the drop-off was not as extensive as had been expected, according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook.

Digitally printed textiles market to reach €4.9bn in 2023

The digitally printed textiles market will grow to €4.9bn (£4.22bn) in 2023, according to new research from Smithers Pira.

Print in decline as digital dominates ad spend

Print and other traditional media are either “stagnant or in decline” according to the latest figures on advertising expenditure in the UK.

PAMCo marks start of second year as sector currency

Print remains “resilient” in the fifth round of results from PAMCo, which mark the first opportunity for year-on-year comparisons on multi-platform readership.

BPIF publishes stats on gender balance and pay in print

The print sector has a higher representation of women than average in UK manufacturing, but it still has a way to go to achieve parity, according to the latest BPIF figures.

Print polarised in PrintWeek Brexit poll

More than a third of respondents to a PrintWeek poll asking readers what sort of Brexit outcome they would prefer said they would opt for a second referendum.

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