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Why scrapping the wrap is an opportunity, not a threat

Wednesday 20th October 2010 | Tagged as: Wide Format, Print, Advertising, Signage

Author: Kerry Rice

This week, a building wrap that would have been every large format printer’s dream was ‘put on hold’ in the Government’s spending review.

The Olympic stadium wrap was to cover the same area as two and a half football pitches and be equivalent in length to 72 London buses, according to The Olympic Delivery Authority. The Times said that it would “be visible from across London”.

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You may think you're on holiday....

Wednesday 13th October 2010 | Tagged as: Wide Format, Print, Advertising

Author: AD Communications

You know how it is when you’re on holiday; yes your brain is switched off, but if you should chance upon something work-related, your mind will half-heartedly suggest that this may be something worth remembering on your return. Invariably however, the small nugget of information you chanced upon buries itself deep in the recesses of your brain never again to see the light of day.

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Embracing change...

Monday 04th October 2010 | Tagged as: newspapers

Author: Lucy O'Dea

It takes me forever these days to read the Sunday Times, and usually a whole week before I actually glance at the Business Section..... and glance is about all I do.  Recently however, one particular article truly caught my eye, and got more than the usual passing scan.

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Call Me Old Fashioned...

Monday 20th September 2010 | Tagged as: social media

Author: Shireen Shurmer

...‘Social media’ is no black art: it’s simply a collective term for a range of interactive, web based communications channels which may or may not be right for you.  Jumping in with both feet ‘because everyone else is doing it’ is as well-advised as spending three months’ salary on a full-length leopard print coat that will languish at the back of your wardrobe.....

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