PrintWeek April 2020 issue available for free download

It’s said that a journalist’s work is never done. It’s especially true during the times of crisis. So when the country went into lockdown to tackle Covid-19, we carried on, bringing you news and views on what’s happening in the industry.

18 Apr 2020 | By PrintWeek Team

The challenges of the pandemic and the lockdown were enormous. But our team did WFH on the April 2020 issue of PrintWeek and WhatPackaging?.

So, the editorial team, all housebound across India — Mumbai, Delhi, and Chennai — kept the momentum going, as we coordinated via phone calls, WhatsApp messages and eMails to bring you the monthly instalment of PrintWeek and WhatPackaging? that you deserve.

The issue is complete and now, and in lieu of a print edition, we are making a downloadable version of the issue available on our website.

The highlight of the 72-page April 2020 issue of PrintWeek is a series of conversations with industry leaders who weigh in on the crisis the print industry is going through.

Meanwhile, though Drupa has been postponed to April 2021, HP has already unveiled its plan for the show. In the issue, A Appadurai discusses all things HP with Noel D’Cunha.

Other special features include Women in print; millennial in lockdown and EFI Fiery as a key to Creative Digital Press and Design's success.

Also look out for the WhatPackaging? issue for all the latest vistas in the market. The cover story features iD Fresh's innovative packaging inspired by nature.

All these plus the latest news and views which make all of us proud about our industry functioning even at the time of lockdown.

Click here to download the April 2020 issue of PrintWeek and WhatPackaging?