Enfocus has released Connect 2021, which brings Connect You and Connect All up to speed with the latest PitStop Libraries.
Embrace Building Wraps has made significant eco savings by using PVC-free Kavalan Sunlight Weldable material instead of traditional PVC banner for a giant outdoor art installation in Sandhurst.
The next Power of Print seminar from Two Sides will take place virtually on 2 November. At the free-to-attend event Andrea Boltho, Emeritus Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, and director of Oxford Economics will talk through his economic recovery predictions.
The Roland DG Connect cloud-based service has been expanded.
ArtSystems has joined the BPIF to help promote good practice within the wide-format print community, and to help resellers and users understand the new BPIF Display and POS 2 Recycling Scheme launched earlier this month.
Global Graphics has published its half year report and interim financial statements for the six months ended 30 June 2021, which show significant revenue and EBITDA growth.
Xaar has officially opened its new headquarters on the Cambridge Business Park, in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.
Fespa UK is holding an online event today (Tuesday 27 July) at 12.30pm to outline its plan to support members and the wider print community on becoming more environmentally sustainable.
The BPIF, with support from its display and POS interest group, has launched the ‘Display and POS 2 Recycling Scheme’ with Prismm Environmental.
Print enhancement solutions developer Scodix has been listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. The company raised approximately NIS 62m ($19 million) in the IPO.
Nazdar’s 566 Series of inks - for use in OKI Colorpainter M-64 LCIS printers using WX IP6 inks – is now available in the UK/EMEA.
Fespa has confirmed that the 2022 version of Fespa Global Print Expo will take place in Berlin on 31 May - 3 June.
Antalis is working with Reconomy to provide a dual aspect waste management and eco print media advisory service.
A new 2021 Workforce Trends Survey from Advanced shows that more than two-thirds (68%) of UK-based employees get so many distractions and message notifications during work that it’s holding them back from being more productive. 22% said they have so many distractions that their working day is never spent fully on actual work.