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Future of Magazines: Webinar Hosted by Park

Future of Magazines: Webinar Hosted by Park

Many businesses have struggled during Covid-19, but some magazines have proven surprisingly resilient. Whilst reduced ad budgets have caused some to stop printing, many have continued to reach audiences at home – some have even grown in popularity. What does this tell us about the magazine as a business model? Has the supposed ‘decline of …

10 indie magazines tackling sustainability

10 indie magazines tackling sustainability

Independent magazines have always pushed the boundaries of culture. This hasn’t always been to their financial advantage. More often a labour of love than a business, they’re typically side projects alongside somebody’s day job. Sadly, many are too short-lived. But this is also part and parcel of what makes the indie mag. With principles and …

The Future of Print: Park Speaks to 5Eleven Mag

The Future of Print: Park Speaks to 5Eleven Mag

Much of the dialogue around print and digital publishing pitches the two as alternatives. But is this really the case? The hand-wringing has largely stemmed from declining sales of mass media titles such as newspapers, as brand budgets have flowed towards digital media, and as publications have shifted their focus online. The magazine publishing scene …

Instagram Live: Park & magCulture talk magazine printing during lockdown

Instagram Live: Park & magCulture talk magazine printing during lockdown

In our article last month on the magazines tackling sustainability, we noted that ‘indies mags are ‘uniquely adept at capturing cultural shifts… tackling complex issues with intellect and sensitivity.’ Unsprising, then, that indie titles have proven a resilient and popular media format, even as the majority of brands have gone into hiberanation. Last week, Park …

Covid-19: leading your business through a crisis

Covid-19: leading your business through a crisis

Update: Park has been granted ‘Critical Supplier’ status, due to our work in government and pharmaceuticals. This means we’re able to to continue printing for brands in all industries. * A message from Alison Branch, Park Managing Director, to any business facing hardship as a result of Covid 19. Like many other businesses, the task …

Park in the news: getting creative with sustainable print

Park in the news: getting creative with sustainable print

Park Managing Director Alison Branch was interviewed by It’s Nice That, an online space championing the work of creative, art & design professionals worldwide. You don’t need us to tell you that sustainable design is, today, about so much more than ticking boxes or jumping through hoops. It’s a necessary part of the design process …

What do you mean, ‘sustainable printing’?

What do you mean, ‘sustainable printing’?

Collaboration with your printer is key to meeting sustainability goals. This is the first in a Park series on sustainable printing, designed to help clients find a sustainable supplier. Return to the Park blog over coming weeks for articles on sustainable materials, sustainable large format, and the creative opportunities of sustainable printing. Requesting a “sustainable” …

Park in the news: creative binding investment

Park in the news: creative binding investment

PrintWeek reports on Park Communications’ investment in two new binding machines, expanding our creative offering and introducing a new standard of speed, carbon efficiency and quality control. Park Communications has invested £1.7m in two new machines from Muller Martini to enhance its in-house service offering. “This investment firstly upgrades our existing perfect and PUR binding …

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