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‘We have started the right conversation’

The PackPlus Conclave and the season of conferences By Naresh Khanna A smaller conference in Delhi, the PackPlus Conclave held on the afternoon of 30 August had actually started with the idea of looking at how paper-based packaging can take advantage and make more space for itself at a time when plastic is under public [...]

‘We have started the right conversation’2019-09-10T12:38:47+00:00

Digital Subscription Survey of Indian and South Asian news media

IppStar launches paywall and digital subscription survey IppStar, the leading organization for detailed primary research of the Indian publishing, printing and packaging industry, has initiated a quick snapshot survey of digital subscriptions of South Asian newspapers, magazines and news platforms. While seminars, conferences and webinars on digital subscriptions are all the rage, it seems that [...]

Digital Subscription Survey of Indian and South Asian news media2019-04-12T12:05:46+00:00

Hunkeler Innovationdays 2019 – The future of book printing

First Digital, Then Automation and Finally, Total Flexibility Naresh Khanna Recent investigations of the book printing industry in India and Bangladesh reveal that some of the textbook, trade and educational books and materials are moving to digital printing. Our editor files an initial report from his visit to Hunkeler Innovationdays 2019 in Lucerne in end [...]

Hunkeler Innovationdays 2019 – The future of book printing2019-03-27T12:38:46+00:00

Population, GDP, print and packaging

It’s all very well to say that currently India at 7.3% and Bangladesh at 7.4% enjoy a higher GDP growth rate than China at 6.8% and the rest of the major economies. There are three flaws in this kind of breast beating. The first is that the integrity of the Indian economic and social data [...]

Population, GDP, print and packaging2019-02-25T11:59:58+00:00