Age is no barrier when it comes to running a successful printing business, writes James Cryer, who believes that it is time to start harnessing the wisdom of our elders.
To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, the collapse of one printing company is an unfortunate accident, but two in the one month is just sheer carelessness. Just like the death of a loved-one, we as an industry should feel the reflected pain and take no joy in such events.
But being human, we also feel a sense of glib relief that the corporate Grim Reaper has passed us by. Are any of us so perfect that we can hurl sarcastic comments at these companies as if we are models of rectitude when it comes to managing a business?
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