Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Datapoints from Australia

Just in case you don't subscribe to Print 21 here's what I got in my email this morning.

Paper tigers band together
Australia’s five leading paper-based organisations band together as Sustainable Print Alliance.
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Print remains in the red: Hagop’s commentary
No relief in sight for printing businesses around Australia, according to March 2009 Printing Industry Trends Survey Report.
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Moore gets down to business in Western Australia
Moore Business Systems scores contract to manage forms for Western Australia Health.
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Onslaught over Optus online: Letters, 6 May 2009
Angry readers call on Optus to re-think its move away from paper bills while Glen Climo gets praise for his work at Bluestar.
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No pack drill … what they’re saying in the barracks
Heard something you would like to share but cannot put your name to it? Here is your chance. No names, no pack drill.
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Don Quixote fan makes waves at Pride In Print
Format’s fan-turned-invitation places the Wellington company in the running for a Pride In Print Award.
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RMIT students welcome Oce CPS900 into the classroom
OcĂ©’s CPS900 platinum digital colour printer has had no trouble making friends at school since arriving at RMIT School of Design.
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Call for feedback on financial crisis workshops
Printing Industries is seeking industry feedback on the effects to business of the financial global crisis to assist in research that will help shape its national workshop program in June.
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GMG launches free online ISO trials
Printers can check colour quality for themselves with GMG’s new online ISO management trials.
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Kodak flexs its print with Flexcel NX System
Revamped Kodak Flexcel NX System offers greater print flexibility.
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Pushing the envelope online: Print 21 magazine article
Letterboxes look set to become even emptier as major companies continue move their essential mail onto the internet – so does that spell the end for the transpromo print market before it even gets going? Mitchell Jordan finds out what the future holds for those involved in this nascent marketing practice.
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