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Realising the value of going green
With a rising amount of printers moving to a more environmentally friendly way of working, FESPA.com looks at some of the major benefits of going green and how these can help businesses improve.
FESPA Awards 2020 winners announced
FESPA has announced the winners of this year’s FESPA Awards, its annual celebration of excellence in the global speciality print and visual communications community.
Antivirus protective films in the battle against COVID-19
Germ-killing films can help fight against Sars-CoV-2, which can provide new business opportunities for digital printers.
Laurel Brunner discusses the importance of sustainable printing and the neeed for printers to choose their substrates meticulously in order to lower their impact on the environment.
Liquid metal: multicoloured cold foiling through screen printing
Jacek Stencel, CEO of Polish screen printer Pasja, lifts the lid on the secrets of cold foiling.
A touch of glass: the secrets behind this award-winning bottle design
P&P Promotion used hot foiling, thermal fusion and Italian style to print its Yume (Farnese) wine bottles and won the 2019 FESPA Gold Award for direct printing on 3D products.
Paper to vapour: the future of printing in South Africa
Abdool Majid Mahomed, the new CEO of Printing SA, discusses how technology is reshaping markets in South Africa.
How to combat counterfeiting with new print technologies
What are printing companies doing to help brands protect their products? One unique solution comes from Swiss specialists IQDEMY.
Printing in a multi-substrate world
Colour Consultant Marco Olivotto discussed PDF-X-based workflows and the shift towards an RGB-neutral, new PDF/X-based workflow at the FESPA Global Print Expo 2019 in Munich.
The 7 most head-turning features at FESPA Global Print Expo 2019
What was dazzling visitors at the ultimate explosion of print innovation in Munich?
How universities are failing your print business
Suzi Wilkinson, Marketing and Development Executive at FESPA UK, discusses how social media has changed the association, and why print businesses should start engaging with colleges.