What lies ahead
Forewarned is forearmed, which is why environmental consultant Clare Taylor updates you on the energy and waste control changes planned for this spring.
NOT JUST ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALLDigital Imaging Services is making money from its creativity and project management as much as from print by producing stunning visual campaigns, such as this enormous brickwork vinyl and metal 'graffiti'.
Go Future Gazingat Sign and Digital UK, where the UK wide-format industry does business.
The UK's premier sign making and digital printing event returns to the Birmingham NEC on the 13th, 14th and 15th April 2010.
Arizona is coming up roses for Oc?Oc?'s latest addition might look similar to other Arizona models but it yields several differences. Sophie Matthews-Paul investigates
Epson Stylus Pro 9700This month Sophie Matthews-Paul visits Colourgen in Maidenhead where she puts the Epson Stylus Pro 9700 through its paces as an option for quick and easy production of full-colour posters and displays
Becoming virtual visitorsAs show season advances toward us, print industry consultant Malcolm McReath asks whether we really need to trudge miles to physically attend these events, or whether online virtual visiting is becoming a more attractive proposition.
Playing the generation game
Successful selling has always been predicated on an accurate understanding of the customer and his needs but are your sales professionals in step with the new buyers? Consultants Peter Lancaster and Jacky Morgan explain what you need to do to attract them.
WISH YOU HAD W2P?
Is Web-to-print part of your service offering or are you one of the many wide-format print producers who see no value in it? If you're the latter, you're missing out.
There's a certain reluctance among large-format printers to use W2P - largely because it's felt it drives prices down, there's a preference to do bespoke business on a face-to-face basis and there are concerns over the level on cash and commitment it will require. But online is how many of your potential customers want to do business, so are you dismissing it too readily? Here's what five print companies have to say about their experiences with W2P.
The EDP Interview: HP
HP chiefs are quizzed by journalists from magazines within the European Digital Press Association in this inaugural interview with leading suppliers.