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Learn a thing or two about boosting sales and beating your competitors from Jerry Della Femina, author of the book ‘Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor’ that inspired the TV series Mad Men.

Both business continuity and disaster recovery should be an integral part of business continuity management (BCM). Understandably, focus is often placed upon preventative actions, planning and testing but then any documentation, often written as a necessary chore to satisfy insurance companies, is filed away and hence, in many cases, provides no real benefit to the business - if anything, giving false comfort.

So are there reasons why you should be concerned about BCM and if so, what are the key stages that form part of any BCM?

Should you get involved in textile print and will iT boost business? Here’s what some already involved in the process have to say about its impact on their operations.

Could Hollywood Monster’s links with design students bring a new energy and focus to large-format print?

Dispute resolution is becoming an increasing problem for print companies. Here, Philip Thompson, head of BPIF Business, explains what you can do to prevent problems from arising, and how to manage them once they have.

Get yourself noticed via this DIY guide to how to make your business known from the Forum of Small Business.

The Drupa innovation park 2012 presented by digi:media (‘dip’) will focus on particularly young companies, start-ups and players with groundbreaking solutions and applications.

The British Bankers’ Association provides pointers in how best to work with your bank to secure the finance you need in light of new guidelines.

Think Big, Act Smart

Why Image Reports is calling on you to get involved in a new initiative designed to push the boundaries of wide-format print.

Employment solicitor David Regan explains the implications for employers of the abolition of the default retirement age which has just started to kick in this spring.

Need some support and back-up? Garth Allison, UK managing director of Fastsigns, a visual communications franchise with over 530 centres worldwide, puts forward some compelling arguments for reviewing the franchise option.

Good cash management is arguably more imperative to company success in an upturn that in a downturn. So make sure it stays on the agenda even though things are getting better writes Walter Hale, our business knowledge expert.

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