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£68m turnover Inktec is not making any profit. But founder and CEO Kwang Chung says the South Korean based company is “poised to leap toward a new future to achieve our vision of success”. So what’s that vision, what’s the plan, and where does large-format graphics sit in the mix?

Solvent printers are the mainstay of many a large-format print business but are the companies that make them invested in their future development?

Heard of Brief Cases? It’s a model for co-operation between academia and industry, to ensure the right talent gets to the right jobs. Its founder Veronica Heaven wants large-format print companies to get involved, so should you?

Do you know you can get money off your tax bill for R&D? And if you do, are you doing anything about it? Adam Kene, MD of Kene Partners, explains how you can make more from what you do.

Want to stop sending waste large-format display materials to landfill? If there’s the will, there’s a way argues Mike Jackson, MD of Prismm Environmental

The first Pure Digital event will take place in Amsterdam in April. Organised by former Fespa men and InPrint founders Frazer Chesterman and Marcus Timson of FM Brooks, it aims to ‘excite the European creative industry with truly innovative digitally printed applications.’ Great idea, but will it work, and should you be involved? Here’s what Chesterman had to say…

By Lesley Simpson

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25 May 2018. It applies to any business that has control over personal data, and those that process personal data on behalf of another business. If you’re not already compliant, this is how to become so.

Inkjet these days can print on to anything but air. Well, almost. So what are substrate suppliers doing to help you push your print boundaries?

Richard Stuart-Turner takes a look at some of the technical developments that are likely to create the biggest impact in large-format in 2018.

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