Print Sector


Opportunity knocks in God's Own Country

Ernakulam-based Anaswara Offset was one of the biggest winners with total 26 awards, including 12 gold medals at the KMPA Print Awards 2014, which was held in the...


Print shrugs off pessimism at PrintExpo in Chennai

Sales have jumped to a healthy level, plus players indicate market is performing much better than the doom-and-gloom forecasts.


A blend of ideas from Pink City

Jaipur’s young print CEOs explain why print is here to stay, and share how a league of young entrepreneurs is exploring ways to redefine print business. Words Supreeth...


Ahmedabad Has Never Had It So Good - The Noel D'cunha Sunday Column

My young colleagues, Rushikesh Aravkar and Anand Srinivisan, both print technologists from SIES in Nerul, are on the train from Mumbai to Ahmedabad. One of them...


Morbi: Ceramic city of the world

The Rs 7,000-cr ceramic industry has boosted print in Morbi. Today, the city has the highest density of digital printers for ceramic printing in the world with 250...


Neo Gutenberg - Chapter One

Jayraj Salgaokar is the publisher and founder of Kalnirnay, India's largest selling multilingual publication. He has been a Marathi author since he started writing...


Are ‘innovations’ in print innovative enough?

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


Jaipur: in the pink of health

With key installations and expansion plans, Jaipur is emerging as a print hub, reports Rahul Kumar


Mahatma Gandhi's print legacy alive and well at the Navjivan Press in Ahmedabad

Jitendra Desai, the managing trustee at Navjivan Press in Ahmedabad is no more. He passed away on 21 March. The PrintWeek India team remembers him as a true Gandhian....

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