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We’re industry specialists with a passion for excellent marketing and communication and a deep interest in the sectors we’re active in. Read our blog to find out what makes us tick.


Best of British

Author: AD Communications

In a few days time we’ll all be celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, which will mark 60 years of her reign.


The 30-something year old drupa virgin

Author: AD Communications

As a relative ‘newbie’ to the print industry I was intrigued about the 4 yearly print extravaganza that is drupa.


Goodbye drupa, we’ve learnt a lot

Author: Joanna Muggeridge

Drupa is nearly over, and what a two weeks it has been. Many of us from AD have been on site in Messe Duesseldorf for a large part of that time, supporting our clients or catching up with old and new friends alike for productive business meetings. Many a glass of wine (or G&T if you’re me!) has been drunk, and not a lot of sleep has been had, but all in all we’re all leaving the show with positive memories.


When a plan comes together

The doors are well and truly open on drupa 2012, and it’s here that we get to see the last few months’ rigorous preparations come to fruition. Hours spent debating and devising themes and messages, and developing content to match – they all feel worthwhile when you step onto the finished client stand and see the story brought to life.


12 drupa truths

By our rough calculations, Team AD Communications has chalked up well over 40 drupa exhibitions between us.

As the printiverse makes its final preparations for our industry’s mega-event – drupa 2012 - here are the 12 top drupa-truths we’ve learned over the years. Tweet us @adcomms if you have any to add to this list.



Is there anything print cannot do?

Author: AD Communications

As a relative newcomer to the world of print, I am amazed on a regular basis at how much it surrounds and impacts your day to day life. Much of what is around you is printed and we don’t really ever think about it. However, the scope for the future and opportunity of print is even more mind blowing


Lessons in cartwheeling

Author: Shireen Shurmer

Most drupa-goers will walk on past the Radschläger-Brunnen (Cartwheelers’ Fountain) in Düsseldorf’s Burgplatz without throwing it a second glance. What they are missing is a 700-year old symbol of the city. Legend has it that, after the Battle of Worringen in 1288, when Graf Adolf beat the forces of the Archbishop of Cologne and secured a town charter for Düsseldorf, the town’s children celebrated by turning cartwheels.


Stamping on our budgets

Author: Lucy O'Dea

The Royal Mail certainly picked a good time to announce the rise in its first and second class stamps! We’re now all too focused on the threat of a pending fuel crisis at the petrol pumps and the impact on our day to day lives of our cars running dry, to stop  and consider the impact of what is a considerable hike in the price of sending mail.  And yet this has serious implications not only for us as consumers, but how will this affect our own printing industry….?

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