Number of Community Support Officers cut despite savings on advertising

June 30, 2011 by  

Cheshire Police Authority is due to cut the number of Community Support Officers in Crewe and the surrounding areas, despite making savings on advertising, overtime and transport.

The Police Authority in Cheshire has been challenged to [Read more]

99p stores succeed without high-budget advertising power of their rivals

June 30, 2011 by  

A chain of stores offering a huge range of goods for under a pound have swept the nation and have seen success without huge advertising budgets. [Read more]

School children promote Chesterfield in Bloom using banners

June 29, 2011 by  

Chesterfield in Bloom is being promoted using banners printed from designs created by local school children in a competition. [Read more]

Graduates head to China to get ahead in the jobs market

June 29, 2011 by  

Graduates from the USA and UK have been speaking to the Wall Street Journal about how their work placements in China helped them to get a head start on their peers in the jobs market.

Lesmes Gutiérrez is a [Read more]

Liverpool advertising agency goes into liquidation

June 28, 2011 by  

One of Liverpool’s leading advertising agencies has gone into liquidation after 25 years in the industry.

Finch, the advertising agency that were behind the branding for the Capital of Culture campaign in 2008 and the Liverpool One shopping development launch in [Read more]

Editorial jobs at risk as Hertfordshire print title closes down

June 27, 2011 by  

A print publication owned by Archant Herts & Cambs is set to close down to concentrate on the more successful titles and websites in its portfolio.

The Scene Series publishes 55,000 copies [Read more]

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls claims DWP spends too much on stationery printing

June 26, 2011 by  

Ed Balls, the Shadow Chancellor, recently slammed the government for spending more on stationery printing than it does on youth unemployment. [Read more]

POS printing a key weapon in the summer sales battle for profits

June 25, 2011 by  

Bournemouth and Poole’s high street shops are turning to point of sale printing to help them drive sales in the increasingly tough high street financial climate.

Summer sales, which traditionally [Read more]

Ex-print works set to reopen as fish factory

June 24, 2011 by  

An old printing house that closed its doors five years ago is ready to reopen as a fish factory.

The ex-Lexmark building, located, in Rosyth near Dunfermline has been earmarked to play host to Norwegian smoked salmon specialists, Morpol. The reopening of [Read more]

Osteoporosis posters designed by Kings Lynn students gain national recognition

June 23, 2011 by  

The National Osteoporosis Society may well use posters designed by students in Kings Lynn for a nationwide Osteoporosis awareness campaign.

Students on the Health and Social Care course a [Read more]

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