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Christian Casazza, customer service director of the Durst Group, explains how its new AI-based Premise project is expected to advance predictive printer maintenance in the near future.

Some things you can’t work with, and some you can’t work without. Here, print chiefs identify the kit/systems that have proven most crucial to their businesses in these times of flux.

With what seems like the whole of life changing at the speed of light it’s hard to keep abreast of everything that’s impacting your business right now, but here are some key issues that need your attention.

In the first of a new series of ‘First Person’ articles by leaders of large-format PSPs explaining how they’re evolving their business, Richard Clark of Raccoon explains how his company is weathering the Covid-19 storm.

Dreaming about reaching Gen Z - as staff or customers? Then personalisation needs to take on a whole new meaning as Walter Hale explains.

We are seeing environmental disasters of near Biblical proportions around the globe, which is why change needs to happen. If you don’t make significant efforts to become greener expect to alienate customers and investors - as well as help destroy the planet.

In these shape-shifting days you need technology to help you adapt. So what exactly is it that you’re asking for?

The BPIF is looking into the formation of a special interest group for the large-format digital print community. The thinking is that there are gaps in sector information and services that the federation could help fill. Investigating the situation is Marcus Clifford, regional director for the East and South East. I asked him to expand upon the idea, and how wide-format PSPs could help - and benefit.

2020 hasn’t all been bad. We’ve seen some tremendous innovation in the wide-format digital print sector, and that goes for kit, consumables and software as well as Covid-19 related print applications. Here we applaud those we think worthy of particular appreciation.

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