274-page May issue of PrintWeek unveils Power 100 list

The massive 274-page May 2024 edition of PrintWeek unveils the annual Power 100 list. It’s a must-read edition to find out who made the cut this year — who managed to hold onto their positions and the surprise names who made it to the list this year.

22 May 2024 | By Dibyajyoti Sarma

“The list is about celebrating people power in print, packaging and publishing,” Noel D’Cunha, managing editor, PrintWeek, said. 

He added that the focus of the 2024 list was the industry leaders who epitomise the future of manufacturing through excellence; those who are transforming the industry, champions of green and sustainable integration, and above all, smart solutions. 

“In this exclusive PrintWeek Power 100 – 2024 edition, we offer an insight into the lives and legacies of those who, we believe, are shaping the future of print and packaging in India,” he added.

The issue also contains a list of 30 top corrugators and a list of 25 top pre-media houses. 

Besides the special pages dedicated to The Power 100, the PrintWeek Anniversary Issue (celebrating 16 years of the magazine) also carries regular interviews and features. 

With Drupa 2024 around the corner, the May issue of PrintWeek also carries a comprehensive preview of the show — We are ready to capture the print zeitgeist at Drupa. Are you? — with a special focus on the Indian exhibitors. 

The Bindwel stand at Drupa has been themed as Spectrum of Innovation: Creating the future of bookbinding. While speaking to PrintWeek, Kai Buentemeyer, the director of the Bindwel-Stelda group said, “We will introduce three pathbreaking concepts: One for ultimate flexibility in the one book model, another for streamlined efficiency with a standardised book format and the third, the freedom to choose a mix of flexibility and efficiency as you need it. 

In the digital section, Vimal Parmar reports how Mumbai-based Rajiv Panchal creates and delivers handcrafted masterpieces worldwide, drawing inspiration from innovation and overcoming challenges.  

These and more are in the 16th-anniversary issue of PrintWeek.

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