Business ‘hibernation’ the only way forward for some: Kate Carnell
The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman says it is the only way to assure survival for many operators
The coronavirus pandemic has unleashed unprecedented pressure on businesses and it’s never been more important to communicate, be prudent and get creative, says Carbon8 director Peter Musarra3 days ago | by Sheree Young
Also releases the Printing and Distribution protocols submitted to Government2 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
More than 1000 3D printed parts have already been delivered to hospitals worldwide3 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
Esko Regional Marketing and Channels Manager Scott Thompson elaborates on how businesses can be part of an Industry 4.0 world3 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
The $1500 a fortnight payment will be of great assistance but experts say the industry must take its own action to ensure sustainability through this difficult period3 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
Watson takes on the general manager of IR, policy and governance role from 15 April3 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
Digitalpress is operating as usual with a number of new installations completed despite the trying times being faced by all industries due to COVID-193 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
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’.
Take this opportunity to revisit the story of Sydney's Carbon8 and its digital printing journey. As published in the October 2019 issue of ProPrint
The positive impact and influence of print and signage in people’s lives should be shared, she says
University of Southern Queensland’s print house invested in the country’s fastest B2 digital inkjet device in October