Regional business bushfire recovery portal now open
Continually updated portal brings together state and federal bushfire support for SMEs including how to access recovery grants
Small business has pressed the federal government for cash flow relief and financial aid in the wake of the bushfires3 days ago | by Sheree Young
HP says the US$24b financing commitment doesn’t address the issue that Xerox’s proposal “significantly undervalues” HP3 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
Independent assessor EcoVadis grants gold rating to Epson for third consecutive year3 days ago | by Sheree Young
It is full steam ahead at Electronics for Imaging with a host of new products expected at drupa20203 days ago | by Sheree Young
Dagmar Schmidt replaces Aryan Moelker who will leave the business at the end of January3 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
Pledge comes after the media magnate was questioned on social media for not supporting the bushfire relief effort3 days ago | by Sheree Young
Funeral to be held Wednesday January 15 at Great Southern Memorial Park, Mt Cotton5 days ago | by Sheree Young
There is not enough visibility of women that are doing amazing things in the printing industry and that is something that they should take control of. It’s not about getting a seat at a man’s table, it’s about creating our own table. [Women] have to be their own power source.
With many commercial print enterprises now running digital print lines as an auxiliary to their main offset business, questions of efficiencies in other areas loom large – particularly in the bindery.
I remain forever amused that the ATO, sent a print postcard in 2014 with a cartoon dinosaur on the front and a statement ‘Print is Extinct’.
Once known as the ‘go to guys’ for high-end quality digital print in Sydney, Carbon8 has grown up and out having moved to bigger premises
University of Southern Queensland’s print house invested in the country’s fastest B2 digital inkjet device in October
Deborah Corn has given back to the printing industry on more than one occasion