Deep breath, lets go
It was with palms sweating, heart rate elevated, and eyes staring down the path towards another exhibition season that I began work on this issue of Print Monthly.
With some trepidation...
It was with some trepidation this month that I hit the ‘submit’ button on a story which Print Monthly broke online in regards to a clash between Printers Superstore and Informa Print Group— organisers of key print industry exhibition Ipex.
I have reported without fear on far more contentious stories in my career, both within the print industry and for the national news media, but something about this article had my click finger hesitating above the mouse.
The reason for my hesitation is that I am now a s
I read it on the grape vine
I read with interest in a recent issue of The Economist a report analysing the major waves that have been caused by the decision of CBS Outdoor’s parent company to split its outdoor advertising arm in two, creating a new American entity that will become a separately managed real-estate investment trust, REIT, with a standalone stockmarket listing.
Got any Juice?
To remain successful in business long-term, reputation is everything. This raises the question of how to build up a company’s reputation in a world, where the vast majority of research for products and services is now done via the internet. Yes, you can design a beautiful, all singing and dancing website, fill it with information about how great you are, and wait for customers to come—but this will all be for nothing, if you cannot actually match up to the hype.
This issue has now become hugely topical, as