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    15 May 2018

    Green Office Week

    Green Office Week was launched in 2009 and occurs every year, encouraging businesses to make small changes to benefit the environment. Workers are persuaded to focus on how their daily habits shape the world around them and consider ways in which they can improve upon this. Industries are becoming increasingly…
    15 May 2018

    Event ticket printing design tips for summer festivals

    Summer is on its way so it’s crunch time for event organisers to start thinking about event ticket printing for festivals planned over the season. The festival market is booming and incredibly competitive, which means you need to put some serious thought into designing tickets that help set the tone…
    09 May 2018

    What are eco-friendly inks?

    Even though the print industry continues to grow there is one critical change. Printing specialists, business owners, and consumers are becoming more environmentally aware, and that translates to their printing habits. For example, paper may be on the up but people want to know that they are using sustainable paper…
    03 May 2018

    Sustainable printing tips for business owners

    Are you aware of the impact your business has on the environment? If not, now’s the time to find out! How environmentally-friendly you are when it comes to using energy, removing waste, and even getting to and from work has a big impact on your local community and the planet.…
    25 Apr 2018

    Will GDPR affect direct mail marketing?

    It seems like all everyone can talk about at the minute is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), but what on earth is it and how will it affect the average business owner? For example, is there a chance it could impact your regular marketing activity, such as direct mail…
    23 Apr 2018

    Paper on the up

    It goes without saying that the paper industry is very important to the print industry, so the news of its increased productivity and sustainability is positive news for both industries. It is also a sign of the strength of print and its ever-increasing popularity to achieve maximum brand message and…
    19 Apr 2018

    Barcode labels guide for e-commerce businesses

    Businesses in all industries recognise the importance and many uses of humble barcode labels. Consumers may not think in great detail about the ubiquitous labels attached to nearly every product they buy, but anyone involved in monitoring or moving stock knows that all companies, including e-commerce companies, have much to…
    16 Apr 2018

    Top Tips for effective Direct Mail Campaigns

    Direct mail marketing tips for modern business owners A successful direct mail campaign can quickly offset any associated costs, as well as dramatically increasing your business’s profits. Direct mail is still one of the most effective marketing methods, even in a digital-first world. If anything, it is even more effective…
    11 Apr 2018

    Tips from a printing specialist: Advantages of digital printing

    Digital printing is a printing technique that uses digital or electronic files which are transferred directly from a computer to a printer. It really comes into play when smaller print runs are needed, for example a set of 100 flyers instead of a thousand or more. This week, we want…
    05 Apr 2018

    Print management solutions: How to save money on your printing

    It’s a question all savvy business owners ask themselves from time to time: How can I save money on my printing? When 40 percent of print jobs could be printed double-sided and 20 percent of all print jobs are never collected, print waste can be a real drain on your…
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