Fri, Feb

The wonder of textiles

Keep in touch with the leaders if you want to keep pace with change. Neschen illustrates how it's helping create new markets for digitally printed textiles.

Launching into labels

Many of today's wide-format inkjet machines are more than cut out for producing labels and decals as Sophie Matthews-Paul explains.

The extra factor

Improving workflow and broadening output options are just some of the features found in today's software as Sophie Matthews-Paul outlines.

Green route to revenue

How the substrate suppliers are helping you develop new applications and find new paths to profit.

Blueprint for Print Providers

Diversification is crucial to the success and growth of many of today's print businesses. But just how does that work at grass roots level? Jon Baker, director at NES, tells his company's story.

What the agencies want

 How do you convince agencies/creatives that wide-format print deserves a bigger share of the media budget? Donna Brown, head of offline production at OgilvyOne Worldwide, tells it as she sees it.

High five for Adobe

Sophie Matthews-Paul takes a first look at Adobe's Creative Suite 5 Design Premium and finds it worth celebrating.

Virtu glass print line

Sophie Matthews-Paul visits WP Digital to check out this finely tuned printer development.

Get hands on with new vehicle wrap course

Designers, producers, and applicators of self-adhesive graphics are being offered hands-on vehicle wrapping training courses by Avery Dennison Graphics and Reflective Products Division. Held at the company's Graphics Centre in Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, the events will be led by experts and cover both basic and advanced professional vehicle wrapping techniques.

What’s the real dynamic between printer and supplier? Is it the business partnership we’re told it should be? We asked printers from a cross section of the industry, Jon Baker from NES Solutions, Anthony Drogan from Super-Wide Digital, Justin Murray from Pyramid Visuals, Damian Quarmby from Quarmby Colour, Ian Sullivan from HH Print Management and Neville Tosar from Icon Graphics, for their experiences and views...

The printer/supplier relationship has often been an uneasy one but it has nevertheless developed into one of mutual respect where both parties now interact more closely in business partnership for the good of their own operations and for the sector as a whole. Discuss.

Lip service or business service?

Are suppliers really helping you develop your business or is all the talk of business partnering just a disguised sales tool? Canon LFP product professional Gill Mussell says why the former makes the most sense.

Becoming Mr Motivator

What's your staff's morale like? If it's flagging exercise your motivational powers. Walter Hale explains how.

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