Tech gyaan on posters

PrintWeek India received 36 poster samples as entries for Poster Printer of the Year 2012 Award which was bagged by Mumbai-based Silverpoint Press. Silverpoint won...


How to make a perfectly bound book

Highlights of a book-binding workshop held during the second edition of the Publishing Next conference that was held in Goa at the Krishnadas Shama State Central...


How a printing firm should boost its PR

During a Share to Benefit meeting in the BMPA office, the members discussed how Indian print firms ca n promote practical and affordable methods of improving performance...


Transpromo: How it benefits advertising

High price is the biggest cause of transpromo’s lack of traction. In spite of which it remains a great marketing tool that could make a big impact, says Sachin Shardul...


Manipal Technologies: first print firm in Asia to print a J K Rowling bestseller

Ramu Ramanathan says, Manipal's production of the tome is great news for Indian firms.


Indian label odyssey unravelled

With labellers opting for in-line options and sprucing up quality, exhibitors at Labelexpo India loo k to shore up their stands with products and live demos. Mihir...


CTP trends in Kerala

In 1995, watching a movie in any of the theatres in Kochi and other big cities in Kerala was a big deal. It involved process of finding the show timings, many a...


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...

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?