Should you stick or twist: A business conversation powered by CorelDRAW

Key Takeaways

  • Determine what diversification options are available for your print business.
  • Explore the pros and cons of diversifying your revenue channels.
  • Learn how to create more efficient workflows to stay on top of market trends.

CorelDraw® recently hosted a live panel discussion with industry experts and Printweek to discuss the pros and cons of diversification in the printing industry.

What are the best opportunities for success? What about the biggest pitfalls you’re likely to encounter?

You’ll discover all this and more in this on-demand webinar recording, including:

  • How to identify which opportunities hold the most potential for diversifying your organization.
  • How adding new revenue streams helps future-proof your business.
  • Common diversification problems to be on the lookout for, and how to stay agile in a rapidly evolving marketplace.
  • How to determine which “pivots” provide the best chance of success.

Watch the panel discussion now to gain expert insight into the state of the print industry as we shift into a post-pandemic world.


Jason Hammond
CEO, The Delta Group

Since becoming the chief executive of the one of the UK's largest wide-format groups in 2017, Jason has led a rebrand and redefined the business as a full end-to-end communications provider with a reputation for investing in the latest technology.

Mike Beese
Managing Director, DecTek

Prior to the pandemic, DecTek specialized in the production of dome labels. The company has since expanded its offerings to include new areas like short-run packaging in order to deepen its relationships with existing customers and win new clients.

Mo Jogie
Head of creative and strategy at Morning Star Design

Mo is head of creative and strategy at MSD, a specialist design and training consultancy. During his distinguished career Mo has worked and consulted for a host of top international brands along with lecturing on Integrated Communication Design. A proud design activist, he is an administrator at AIGAfrica—a collaboration with AIGA New York and South African Graphic Designers, and he is also the founder of Creative Week and Design 20x20. He has served as Vice President of Ico-D as well as on serving on the boards of Think, DSA, and Cafe. He is a member of the International Society of Typographic Designers and the City and Guilds in London.

Nicole Spencer
Managing Director, RMC Digital Print

Nicole is the MD of wide-format trade printer RMC, where Nicole led an MBO with Richard Spencer. Nicole is also president of Fespa UK, the trade body of the UK's screen and digital wide-format printing industry.

Paul Manning
Managing Director, Rapidity

Paul has headed London-based Rapidity since leading an MBO with his brother Ben Manning in 2014. A big believer in diversification and managing director of Printweek's reigning Company of the Year, Ben knows a thing or two about running a successful business.

Darryl Danielli, Editor & Publisher, Printweek

Darryl Danielli joined the UK’s leading print industry media brand as a part-time editorial assistant in 1997. During the past 20-plus years he has held a variety of roles at the magazine, culminating in being appointed editor in May 2006. He then became the publisher in 2013 when the brand joined the Mark Allen Group. While his role at Printweek may have evolved over the years, two things have remained constant: Darryl’s unceasing admiration of those individuals that drive the industry forward and his enduring faith in the power of print.