Cambridgeshire product innovator 42 Technology (42T) has consolidated its experience and track record in the development and application of print technologies into a dedicated printing practice which will provide a more focused resource for its clients.
A £400,000 investment in new presses has brought an immediate dividend for a Norwich print firm.
Global demand for English language teaching and general education literature has driven a 12th successive year of growth at Cambridge University Press despite stiff currency headwinds.
Norwich-based Really Useful Print Company has celebrated an unbroken century of service to the business community by appointing two new directors to mastermind a further phase of growth in the fast-changing world of digital print.
Cambridge UK inkjet technology business Domino has been commended for its leading-edge technology, its vision to see and address major market opportunities and its recognition of future regulatory changes which will drive business demand.
Having published continually since the days of Henry VIII, and acting as it does as a department of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge University Press may not be considered as a revolutionary, but its approach to digital publishing is leading the way.
One of Britain’s leading print and design companies is planning further expansion from its base in Hertfordshire after securing new banking facilities from Clydesdale Bank.
A Cambridge electronic publisher has compiled arguably the world’s most comprehensive archive chronicling the experiences of servicemen and women in the First World War.
A Cambridge business has harnessed the reach of the Internet with the power of the written word to build the world’s largest online site selling antiquarian, out-of-print books.
A video production company in Cambridge has plugged into a global boom by switching news providers onto their own video channels using virtual studios.
Publisher Cambridge University Press has achieved a 10th successive year of growth, despite challenging market conditions.
The money men cashed in on the glory at the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards at King’s College.
Cambridge University Press’ North American facility has entered into a long-term logistics management agreement with Ingram Publisher Services.
The jobs of more 300 Unite members, working for leading print company, Polestar hang in the balance after the company announced its intention to shut down its print operations in Colchester, Essex.
A US print company subsidiary has leased units 1-3 Ermine Centre on Huntingdon’s Ermine Business Park in one of the biggest industrial deals in the area during 2011.
The Cambridge News and Business Weekly have agreed to create a special week of celebration for local businesses in March 2012.
- Business Weekly going back to its roots
- Cambridge University Press goes ‘wild’ with on-site conservation area
- Print boss takes over as regional chairman for CBI
- Cambridge University Press adopts giant panda to build closer links with China
- CUP of cheer for Cambridge printer
- Polestar Applied Solutions goes further with Virgin Trains
- Publishing firm launches new US office
- SAGE hails move from London to Peterborough
- Companies invited to China trade event
- Publishing giant in Fengate East move
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