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Blogs Posts For October, 2012

What’s going on?

I was somewhat shocked to read that publishers Random House and Penguin are looking to possibly merge their operations, in a move that would surely send shockwaves through the book publishing sector.

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The wider picture

So, it’s Monday afternoon and I’ve just been putting the finishing touches to Print Monthly November. It’s always an interesting issue this time of the year, with printers seeming nice and busy in the run up to Christmas, it always makes things interesting when it comes to finding someone to interview. That said, this month I have had the pleasure of speaking to a number of companies about one of the key issues in the industry—diversification. This month’s issue of the magazine contains a big feature on

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Winds of change

The profound words of Sidney Bobb, chairman of the British Association of Printing and Communication (BAPC), have stayed with me since I represented Print Monthly as a delegate at the trade body’s’ annual conference: “Life today is lived at a very fast rate and for people to stop for a weekend to improve themselves, improve their business, must be commended. They are in business, not just in production. Run your business, do not work in your business. Run it and make profit.” This advice is one which man

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Room for us all

I want to address the subject of industry exhibitions, as I read this week that Drupa has announced that it is considering moving to a three year cycle with effect from 2015, a matter that has been met with some consternation by fellow Ipex exhibition organiser Informa Exhibitions, and also some industry companies.

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