Sep
19

A Stroll through the Big City of Communication

Posted by Evan Van Lissum

Not so long ago, one of my projects brought me to New York. A city you can wander around in endlessly. I like that feeling. It keeps my creativity flowing endlessly too and it is that same drive that has kept me wandering through the Big City of…

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Jul
01

Proud communication partner of Belgian Homeless Cup - courageaboveall

Posted by Louis De Nolf

In principle, duomedia is a Content PR agency, working from Belgium with a Pan-European reach and a strong focus on technical B2B-markets. But from time to time we like to take on a challenge, an opportunity to work from a different angle, to reach a…

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Jun
27
Silver Sturgeon

A day on the river with some special people

Posted by Annie Hotton

The annual Print & Design Awards never fails to bring out the sunshine. I don’t know how it happens but this event has always been blessed with a sunny day. As I sat on a bench on the Embankment waiting to board the Silver Sturgeon I watched all the…

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Jun
16

An encounter with the rising importance of digital at SINposium

Posted by Ingrid Van Loocke

There is no denial in the fact that every day digital printing is on the rise in all areas of printed communication. Whatever the sector of activity you are active in, it is slowly eating away at the market share of traditional printing processes, even…

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Jun
09
Finat congress

Successful FINAT congress in Monaco features ‘Battle for Shelf Appeal: Winning Strategies for the Label Industry’

Posted by Lutt Willems

Successful FINAT congress in Monaco features ‘Battle for Shelf Appeal: Winning Strategies for the Label Industry’
FINAT’s long-standing PR partner duomedia attended the yearly congress in Monaco, 8-9 June 2014, after a supportive PR & social media…

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Jun
05

Blurred Lines at Sign & Digital UK

Posted by Catherine Carter

Robin Thicke may have been misguided in his MTV twerking antics with Miley Cyrus but he wasn’t wrong when he alluded to the increased blurring of lines.

Granted he didn’t mean the printing industry per se, but I definitely think there is significant…

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