10 September 2017, Vol X Issue 5


Articles in This Issue


Women in print: Aparna Govil

Aparna Govil is the CEO and founder of Shree Maitrey Printech and a keen sports enthusiast.


Amar Ujala’s green drive includes solar power, chemistry free plates, ink saving, recycling ...

One of the top Hindi dailies in North India with 19 editions and 18 printing centres, Amar Ujala is very clear about its green agenda.<br><br>Pradeep A Unny, associate vice-president, production and Atul Kumar Goel, DGM, production, Amar Ujala Publications, share the details with Rahul Kumar


Me & My - Canon Imagepress C650

The ability of the Canon C650 to print on special and textured papers as well as the quality of print impressed us, says Nithin Aranjery of Calicut-based Jayaram Cards


Media doesn't die, it transforms, survives - Snehasis Roy

Digital doesn’t necessarily pose a threat to printed newspapers, but it must evolve with time. It’s time a newspaper looked like a prestige item, like an iPhone or a Cross pen.<br><br>For this, it must have three things — best quality paper, best content and best appearance, explains Snehasis Roy, one of the founder members of World Printers Forum, Wan-Ifra, in an interview with Rahul Kumar


The masterclass about book printing for Africa

Nilesh Dhankani, CEO of Quarterfold Printabilities reveals his plans to Ramu Ramanathan about how to bridge print and content for the African market

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