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It’s been a tough year, with many PSPs diversifying to cushion the fall in work from traditional markets. So could textile printing for the likes of the décor market be worth considering? Robin East, CMYUK group sales and marketing director, argues the case for doing so. 

Given it’s autumn 2021, spring 2022 May seem some way off. But don’t get caught out. Now’s the time to start readying for the new tax, which comes into force next April.

Long Covid - how much of a disability could it prove, and what does it mean for your business? Employment lawyer Anna Bithrey of Taylor Walton explains your legal responsibilities.

Fespa UK and the BPIF are together undertaking a survey to find out what the large-format sector wants in terms of training - and what we can do to stimulate careers within print. You can help, as Fespa UK director Suzi Wilkinson explains.

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.

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

2021 in Brexit Britain is unlikely to be the worst of times - or the best of times - as Walter Hale suggests ahead of its EU departure.

With Covid-19 still very much among us, and with many wide-format print business MDs in the ‘at risk’ category, is now a good time to arrange a lasting power of attorney for your business?

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