IPMG, Snap and Longbottom: social media wrap-up

Here are just a few of the gems you might've missed in social media this week…


  • Amcor cutting emissions by 13% in the last financial year
  • A man being rushed to hospital after being crushed by a paper reel
  • IPMG's Stephen Anstice raising more than $6,100 in the Ride to Conquer Cancer
  • Cheque-Mates executives Rodney Frost and Brett Edwards raising more than $6,000
  • Roland DG celebrating its 25th anniversary in Australia with an open house

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Facebook fun

  • Snap Gosford giving bushfire-affected clients free replacement of print jobs
  • Photos from Longbottom Digital Papers' new Indigo sample book
  • The 10 most bizarre uses of paper in history
  • The macabre taxi ad used to promote The Sopranos
  • A Turkish tattoo parlour making ingenious use of QR codes

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LinkedIn discussions

  • Who do you think has made the biggest impact on the Australian printing industry this year and why?
  • Is it better to be a city printer or a country printer?

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Our top five stories this week were…

1) Supplier-turned-printer records 22% growth in first year

2) Expanding print manager to save new client 'up to 17%'

3) Restructuring Opus buys time with CBA debt deal

4) Big names dominate PICAs: Platypus, IPMG and 'Geon'

5) Resurgent PMP raises $50m as share price jumps 200% in 2013

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