Are technology bundles all they’re made out to be? Here’s what a number of the sector’s suppliers had to say on the topic.
Dye-sub is having a catwalk moment. If you’re going to any of this year’s print shows you can expect these printers to be in the spotlight as manufacturers seek to benefit from the rise in fast fashion. Simon Creasy brings you up to speed on developments.
We hear plenty from manufacturers on where large-format inkjet technology is going. But are they putting R&D spend in the areas where you want to see development? Are there irritants that still need eradicating?
Signbox is calling on the industry to raise the bar and adhere to higher standards when it comes to installing printed wallcoverings. Here’s why.
If you haven’t already done so, get booking your flights for Fespa Global 2020. Here’s what you can expect from the show.
We’re not talking sci-fi here, but a considered way of reducing our environmental footprint to take us into a brighter ecological future. Walter Hale explores the theory challenging the mindset that there is nothing any of us can do to avert an environmental apocalypse.
Every company would like to be more creative, which is why there is no shortage of books offering advice on the topic. Yet too many managing directors aren’t sure how to ignite the creative spark in their businesses. But in a rapidly changing, digitally driven, economy we need to get used to the idea that ‘no normal’ is the ‘new normal’ and behave accordingly.
Nicole Spencer, operations director at trade house RMC Digital Print in Hull, became president of the Fespa UK Association last autumn - the first woman to do so. In the run up to Fespa Global 2020 we met up to discuss her plans for an association in transition.