Is your pharmaceutical company ready for new regulations?

The pharmaceutical industry is facing regulatory changes in both the post-Brexit British and Northern Irish market and in the European Union, with new quality, health, and safety standards being introduced.

Pharmaceutical companies looking to sell medical devices on either market will have to ensure that their products adhere to the respective regulations.

Compliance with the new regulations will be mandatory by 2025, which means that changes to information leaflet sizes and artwork will be required over the next two years.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2023

It’s something that we all too often overlook, but taking care of our mental health is just as important as our physical health.

Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event that aims to raise awareness and promote understanding of mental health issues.

This year, the focus is on anxiety, which is one of the most common conditions in the UK and particularly prevalent at the moment, amid the challenging economic climate.

Reflecting on the Spring Budget

Last month, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt revealed his Spring Budget which included a range of measures designed to promote economic growth and curb inflationary pressures.

Some of the key points from the budget included Hunt announcing the planned increase in corporation tax to 25% and a reduction in public spending.

But what do the government’s economic plans mean for the industry and businesses like Technoprint? In this blog we’ll explore the significant takeaways from the Chancellor’s first full budget.

Looking back on a successful year at Technoprint

There’s no doubt that 2022 has been a year of challenges and adversity. The paper shortage, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent energy crisis has meant that there have been a number of hurdles we’ve had to jump this year.

The energy crisis: What it means for the print industry

The print industry has been beset by an uncertainty that’s gripped the international economy this year. From Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to supply disruption, there’s been a great deal of uncertainty.

Vaping one of the key tools to quit smoking

A recent report published by the government outlining its strategies to eradicate smoking in England, recommended vaping use as one of the ways in which this would be achieved.

How businesses can benefit from using a second supplier

In the current climate, business uncertainty is seemingly ubiquitous as the economic difficulties caused by the war in Ukraine and inflation continue to grip the country and the world. This, paired with the residual effects of Brexit and the cost of COVID-19 continue to impact businesses across the board.

Technoprint’s clients have of course not been exempt from recent difficulties, with material shortages causing issues for many. Earlier this year we outlined how a business can work to best secure its supply chain and therefore,

Meet the Team: Toni Webster

To mark Stress Awareness Month, in April’s Meet the Team instalment we chat to a Technoprint’s studio coordinator and qualified mental health first aider, Toni Webster.

Toni joined Technoprint six years ago and plays an integral role in the company’s operations, tackling a whole host of tasks from artwork processing to compiling reports.

Read more about the seven-time employee of the month…

Toni’s role

Studio coordinator Toni is a versatile member of the team who helps to ensure a smooth leaflet production process.

Meet the Team: Jacqui Morris

March has arrived and operations manager Jacqui Morris is here to put a spring in our step with the latest instalment of Meet the Team.

As her job title suggests, Jacqui overseas the operations of projects and makes sure in production that everything is running to plan. A keen team player, Jacqui isn’t afraid to get stuck in and work on the machines if she’s needed!

Fuelled by a love of data,