People in Print
Club FESPA Online offers practical, engaging and thought leadership advice to help drive businesses forward.
Have we got our sustainability priorities right? Q&A with Graeme Richardson-Locke
FESPA’s Head of Associations and Technical Lead, Graeme Richardson-Locke, talks to Chris Seekings about speciality printing communities and their journey to sustainability.
Reduce bills with energy treasure hunts
From the boardroom to the shopfloor, energy treasure hunts motivate entire workforces to contribute to your strategic energy management.
EMAS or B Corp: what’s best for printers?
Digital, litho and foil-blocking UK printer Generation Press was EMAS-certified before making the switch to become a B Corp. Club FESPA Online asked owner and Managing Director Paul Hewitt about how to capture – and retain – this prestigious certification.
The tech revolution in garment decoration
Michelle Moxley, Innovation Director at M&R, talks about the disruption of print for stock models and technology breakthroughs in garment decoration and embellishment.
Renewable energy: electrical sub-metering and your business
In the final part of our series on sustainable energy, we look at the environmental and business benefits of sub-metering and voltage optimisation in your print business.
Water-based inks and restricted substances lists
Beppe Quaglia, CEO of Virus Inks in Italy, on the technical challenges of adhering to restricted substance regulations, and how eco inks push creative potential.
Bringing ideas to life
Nathan Swinson-Bullough, Managing Director of Imageco, on how to channel creativity and push the limits of what is possible.
Renewable energy: LED lighting and your business
In the second of a series on sustainable energy, we look at the environmental and business benefits of LED in your print business.
The art of persuasion: how to break through to branding agencies
Bryan Edmondson of SEA Design, on communicating better and getting new business with brands.
Lifecycle analysis: polyester vs cotton
Environmental consultant Clare Taylor of Clare Taylor Consulting on why understanding lifecycles allows you to identify where you can make a difference, using cotton and polyester as an example.
Renewable energy: Solar power and your business
In the first of a series on sustainable energy, we look at the environmental and business benefits of solar in your print business.
Is PDF best for wide format files?
FESPA Colour Ambassador Paul Sherfield answers common questions on PDF/X specifications.
Staying ahead with sustainable textiles
Mitesh Patel at Premier Digital Textiles on sourcing greener textiles and how technology will make supply chains more transparent.
Telling your story with interactive signage
Lei Li, Chief Innovation Architect and Managing Director at signage innovation specialist Vivalyte, discusses the next steps for smart signage.
Reshoring to the rescue? Sustainable resilience in supply chains
Supply chains across the board have been hit hard in recent times. With sustainability also high on the agenda, is it time for companies to bring operations home?
What’s new in colour management technology?
Colour management expert Paul Sherfield on the latest developments in the graphic arts industry and advice on purchasing spectrophotometers.
Faux neon signage: even better than the real thing?
Alternatives to traditional glass neon can offer a more convenient option for many customers. We speak to Grey Hoole, Managing Director of The Sign Group, one of the leading manufacturers of LED faux neon signs.
The sustainability jigsaw: the final pieces
How Dutch printer Van As is making its point of sale production processes cleaner and greener.
How does the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite benefit wide format printers?
Klaus Vossen, Senior Product Manager for CorelDRAW, on what control the graphics suite can give sign makers and large format printers.