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Catalogues drive online sales

As more and more shoppers went online, JC Penney’s decided to stop printing their main catalogue assuming people would migrate to the web. But the calculation didn’t pan out as expected: A lot of what they thought were online sales were actually catalog shoppers using the website to place their orders. Now, it seems like an increasing number of online retailers and other internet firms are finding value in print again.

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Sustainability in The Print Industry

The latest growth of paper wrapping has been remarkable and has led to some great investments, with many companies wanting to get involved. On the other side, many businesses that already claim to be involved, cannot back up those claims. With an evolving need for sustainability in the print industry, how is the transition handled by different companies?

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drupa Essentials of Print: Knud Wassermann

With our recurring drupa Essentials of Print series, we deliver a series of articles, from designers, brand owners, printers, converters, journalists and influencers, providing them with a platform to share their opinions on the latest developments of the print industry.

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Print Marketing, A Digital Champion

Marketing is an area that used to be all about print. Nowadays, it might seem like this industry has moved its efforts to digital, but print marketing is still very much alive and well. Turns out, print is actually a powerful driver, giving digital the push it needs to succeed.

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Future Links CW 51

Here are our future links with the most important news from the printing industry. This week they feature Epson's new innovation hubs for digital textile printing, Turmeon Vermouth' new kinesiogram labels, Muller Martini's high-performance systems, Mimaki's new solution for industrial textile printing and BASF's portfolio expansion through radiation curable coatings and printing inks.

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Pioneers of Printing: Alois Senefelder

Thanks to printing pioneers such as Johannes Gutenberg our industry has developed to a thriving field. Alois Senefelder is another visionary thinker in our series of printing pioneers. In this article we take you on a journey through the life of Alois Senefelder, whose invention of lithography serves as a basis for today’s reproduction technologies and offset printing.

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Future Links CW 48

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With our future links we give you an overview of current developments in the printing industry. This week we look at digital production processes, professional photo finishing, strategic business decisions, printed electronics and retail solutions.

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Future Links CW 32

future links CW 32

Here are our weekly links with the most important news from the printing industry. This week they feature the new finance program by EFI and DLL, the launch of a new Brother series, the announcement of Siegwerk's further strategy, the new digital technology by BOBST introduced at drupa 2016, and a best pratice by ILS.

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