Latest Print21 magazine arriving on desks
The latest issue of the print industry’s biggest trade magazine Print21 is being mailed and arriving on desks of print business owners and managers around Australia and New Zealand this week.
This issue of Print21 is packed with no less than 20 separate inspirational features, all designed to enable print business owners and managers to see the pathway ahead more clearly, drawing on the experience of others and the informed content that fills the pages.
That includes a call from Ben Eaton at Starleaton for printers to begin to think of themselves as advanced manufacturers. We have the first profile on Mark Shergill at Focus Press, the first interview with Craig Heckenberg since he stepped into the CEO’s seat at Epson, and a look at the Kurz Australia story, as the company celebrates 50 years down under. We also have an assessment of the greening of digital, toner-based print systems, as well as the latest news in digital print technology – in toner, liquid toner and inkjet.
We look at the latest developments in textile printing, which offers printers a new revenue stream for less than five figures, and check out the new wide-format releases that would have been on show at Fespa, now postponed. The big one, drupa, is also postponed, and we assess the broader implications of the latest developments there.
With a special section on packaging opportunities, an in-depth look at two prime trade service providers, and all our regular expert contributors, the July-August issue of Print21 is an informative read, bringing you valuable knowledge to help your business in these unusual times.
Wayne Robinson, editor of Print21, said, "The July-August issue of Print21 provides some terrific insights into the business of print. We thank our writers, contributors and interviewees for their industry knowledge, experience and candour. All print business owners and managers will benefit from reading this issue of Print21."