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FESPA 2014. Keeping you on top of Trends and Innovations in Print.

by Rich B

May 2014. Munich, Germany. Webmarteers Lee Smith (Category Management Director) and Simon Biltcliffe (Webmart CEO) visited FESPA Digital 2014 - the world’s leading exhibition for wide format (i.e. large graphics!) and textile print – to check out the latest innovations we could bring back to the UK. Here’s their report on some of the highlights. The [...]

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The Next Level of Print Buying. Simon’s Seminar at PrintBuy 2012.

by Rich B

Here’s your chance to see what all the fuss was about at this year’s prestigious PrintBuy 2012 Conference held at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel. One of the key speakers on day 1 was Webmart MD Simon talking about how Webmart buys print and the future of print buying. Unlike most print buyers, the words [...]

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News: UK Printing Companies Capacity Squeeze Comes Early

by Rich B

With the continued reduction in capacity in many sectors of the UK Print market, we’re starting to see the annual capacity squeeze coming early across the UK. What is the Capacity Squeeze? For those of you who aren’t aware, UK printing companies go through an annual cycle where there is press space available during most [...]

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An Analysis of the Price of Printed Brochures.

by Rich B

We published our first look at the price of printed brochures in our last article. It shows a huge pricing difference between printers in a non-contract buying marketplace. But what lessons can we take from this, to improve our buying (and supplying) of print? Key Lessons For each print project, there are savings to be [...]

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Where’s the best place to buy print?

by Rich B

When you have a particular print job in mind, it’s important to look at which printing process will give you the quality you need at the most cost effective price. Each Print project is different and has to be first assessed in terms of which printing process is best suited to your requirements. For example, something like the [...]

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