Book industry hailed at the BBD&P Awards

The UK book industry celebrated its 2023 achievements at the British Book Design and Production (BBD&P) Awards last night, with print businesses taking home more than half the evening’s trophies.

The 18 category winners were revealed last night

BBD&P Awards return next week

The BPIF will host the British Book Design & Production (BBD&P) Awards next week.

"Jacobs: It’s really about the journey I’ve had"

Industry veteran Jacobs launches new book

Print Evolved founder Ivor Jacobs has launched a new book detailing his industry experiences.

CB Printforce brings in the Canons

CB Printforce, the UK arm of Dutch digital print-on-demand specialist Printforce, has installed a pair of Canon inkjet engines at its Biggleswade factory.

Tech-ni-Fold director releases anti-bullying book

Tech-ni-Fold managing director Graham Harris has authored a new book about bullying and how to overcome it.

Severn prints book inspired by teen climate activist

Severn has produced a children’s book based on Swedish teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg.

PPA publishes Brexit advice for members

The Professional Publishers Association (PPA) has released a guide to advise its members on how to prepare their businesses for a potential no-deal exit of the UK from the EU.

Latimer Trend: rescue deal is off

A possible rescue deal at Latimer Trend has hit the buffers after terms could not be agreed, with administrators now appointed at the long-standing print business.

Possible rescue deal at Latimer Trend

Latimer Trend is in “advanced talks” with another book printer on a possible deal to rescue the 130-year-old business.

Trimmer operator triumphs at Transplant Games

Print has a world record holder and multi-gold medal winning world champion, in the shape of Ryan Brett of CPI Books Chatham.

Tributes paid to 'inspirational' former Bell & Bain boss

Bell & Bain’s current chairman has paid tribute to the company’s former managing director and chairman Ian Walker, who has passed away at the age of 67.

Latimer Trend blames Brexit as 130-year-old firm hits buffers

Long-established book and journal printer Latimer Trend is going into administration after creditors rejected plans for a CVA, with the firm blaming Brexit and a dramatic drop-off in work over the...