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virtual.drupa 2021 will run 20-23 April. But, is this online version going to prove as attractive as the physical event in Dusseldorf and meeting industry mates over a beer in the Altstadt afterwards?

There’s nothing like a new tax year to concentrate the mind on all things financial. Here Compass Business Finance walks you through the most noteworthy considerations.

Tayprint, in Dundee, has been transformed over the last three years, thanks largely to a £1m investment in large-format HP print kit, and a recent shift to online ordering. James Miller, who was brought in to help the family company revamp what started life as a T-shirt printing business 40 years ago, explains the strategy.

In the last issue, Richard Clark of Raccoon outlined business since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this promised update, he explains how lockdown provided the time re-evaluate and reinvigorate the business ready for the upwave.

Saving the planet can’t simply be left to others. We all have a responsibility to clean-up our acts as Imageco MD Nathan Swinson-Bullough extols. 

Christian Casazza, customer service director of the Durst Group, explains how its new AI-based Premise project is expected to advance predictive printer maintenance in the near future.

Some things you can’t work with, and some you can’t work without. Here, print chiefs identify the kit/systems that have proven most crucial to their businesses in these times of flux.

With what seems like the whole of life changing at the speed of light it’s hard to keep abreast of everything that’s impacting your business right now, but here are some key issues that need your attention.

In the first of a new series of ‘First Person’ articles by leaders of large-format PSPs explaining how they’re evolving their business, Richard Clark of Raccoon explains how his company is weathering the Covid-19 storm.

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