The importance of CSR

A couple of years ago, I read a report about a survey carried out by the Asian Governance Association. The report said that among top 10 Asian countries ranked on...


IRS Q2 2012: Most top 10 dailies register drop in numbers

Media Research Users Council (MRUC) has announced the topline findings for Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2012 Q2.


Printing takes off and starts to fly

Tanvi Parekh looks at how India’s airlines spend money on in-house magazines; and how this small elite has created a successful business model for a raft of titles...


India ripe for 15% growth in labels

The third edition of Labelexpo India 2012 has over 200 exhibitors who hope to showcase label technologies from 29 October to 1 November, at Pragati Maidan in Delhi....


Top digital printing firms

As the Indian print industry goes digital with new firms mushrooming in both the main cities; as well as tier-2 and tier-3 cities, a showcase of some of the popular...


Fabulous OOH campaigns

Amul rocks again, as it should. But overall, the OOH category was another where our invited members of the industry struggled to recall five fabulous ads spontaneously....


Top magazine printers in India

In India, magazines are still compelling, though conventional wisdom would say that digital medium is ‘in’, paper is ‘passe’. New magazine continued to be...


Are ‘innovations’ in print innovative enough?

Post the latest VW innovation, Rishi Vora wonders about the efficacy of such ideas.


"Media is a sunrise sector"

Print publishers are tapping their funds to strengthen their position in existing markets with new strategies, says technical editor, Sachin Shardul


Digital printing to grow at a fair clip in India

Noel D’cunha, deputy editor of PrintWeek India and the man who prowled the Drupa halls, points out why print CEOs who are opting for digital; should go beyond asking,...

Latest Poll

PM Modi and the Government has vowed that India will abolish all single-use plastic by 2022. Technically, flexible laminates, tapes, labels, shrink films also are single-use plastics. Is this a viable course of action?