Pantone Reveals Color of the Year for 2014

Pantone 18-3224 Colour of the year

Pantone, an X-Rite company and the global authority, announced PANTONE® 18-3224 Radiant Orchid, a captivating, magical, enigmatic purple, as the colour of the year for 2014.

Polymer Banknotes? Plastic Fantastic!

British £20 note

In September, the Bank of England (BoE) launched a two-month public consultation on plans to switch its banknotes to polymer from 2016 at the earliest.

October 9th – Post Day

Post Day - 9th October

Today is Post Day. Used to promote and increase awareness of using the Postal System. So how many of you actually use Direct Mail in their business as a marketing pillar?

Theo Paphitis Chooses Blue Star Print Solutions for SBS

Retweet by Theo Paphitis

Imagine the scene… It’s Monday evening (4th March) at around 20:16 – I was just about to finish for the day when my email refreshed. I thought I’d take one quick look to see if there was anything on there that I could get sorted tonight or at least add to my ‘to do’ list […]

Christmas Marketing Ideas to Get Stuck Into Today

Christmas Marketing

Christmas is coming! And as you many be aware, Christmas is the busiest time of year for both ecommerce and eLearning. Consumers will be spending more on money on food, drink and presents. Many will also be spending more on digital based training, eBooks and training video – simly because of the growth in tablet […]

Obama Victory Ends Robust Year For Print

Obama & Romney

President Barack Obama’s victory over Republican rival Mitt Romney marked the end of one of the most combative – and expensive – political races in US history.

Printing for London 2012 gone to America!

Once in a lifetime: Tom Daley advertising Olympic tickets Photo: LONDON 2012

The decision to grant the contract to Weldon, Williams & Lick of Fort Smith, Arkansas has sparked outrage among British businesses who have demanded to know why they were not chosen. Previous Olympic organising committees in Seoul and Barcelona gave their ticket printing deals to the national equivalent of the Royal Mint. But Locog, who also outsourced […]