London’s free morning newspaper Metro had an interesting piece on its p3 today about food brand Kellogg and its production of a one-off cereal for musician Tim Burgess, frontman of English alternative rock band The Charlatans.
 
Burgess had tweeted to his 25,000 followers on...

ComQi, a provider of digital signage and display technology, recently launched five new place-based mobile applications interacting with digital signage displays in a retail venue. As industry expert Mike Fairley says: ‘It’s one thing to link with digital signage in store, but if the consumer...

I’ve just been reviewing some stats of the traffic coming through the Package Print Worldwide website, and am highly pleased to be able to report that they validate any claim we make that PPW is a global resource.
 
Overall, from New Year’s Day to January 26, we had visitors from...

2012 has finally arrived, and promises so much. I’ve been looking forward to this year for some time as it will be a big one for Package Print Worldwide.
 
The big development for PPW this year will be the printed journal, which will provide exclusive insight, market information...

As a bit of Christmas cheer, here’s my favorite ‘converting’ stories, as suggested by Google News.
 
You see, as a newshound I’m always scouring the web for news articles to fill the website and pages of Package Print Worldwide. News aggregators, such as Google News, are a great...

While the digital label press market to date has been dominated by industry pioneers HP Indigo and Xeikon, the past couple of years has seen over 15 new digital inkjet presses being launched, as well as further models from the main market leaders – many of these presses being presented for the...

The South China Label Show is held in Guangzhou and gives converters in the massively industrialized southern regions a chance to see the latest developments in label technology. Although the major Labelexpo Asia event is held in Shanghai this year, many southern converters are reluctant to make...

It has been interesting to look at the reactions of various businesses to the almost continuous negative economic, business and global news on television, in the business press and on the internet. There are some that appear to have virtually 'frozen' their whole operation - they stop investing...

The ‘developing’ markets of India and China were to a large extent insulated from the worst effects of the global crisis by high (if reduced) levels of domestic demand, and are now showing the highest rates of global growth in all label categories.

In Latin America, converters are...

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