Parties, strikes and fires: social media wrap-up

Here are just a few of the gems you might've missed in social media this week…


  • Union workers picketing Australian Paper's Maryvale mill
  • The Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun erecting paywalls
  • A merger creating a global plastics packaging giant worth $2.5 billion
  • Amcor poised to make yet another acquisition
  • Fire striking a UK paper mill

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Facebook fun

  • Even more Women in Print photos
  • Bonus Pride in Print photos
  • Six marketing tips to boost your business
  • A giant snake 'wrapped' around a city bus in a brilliant zoo promotion
  • X-Rite's fun online colour challenge

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LinkedIn discussions

  • Should the buyer of an insolvent company accept responsibility for its debts?
  • What are the positives and negatives of doing business overseas?

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Our top five stories this week were…

1) CaxtonWeb moves to liquidate printer caught in political scandal

2) SEMA turnaround continues as former Salmat BPO chief comes on board

3) Craig Dunsford appointed CEO Print at IPMG, Tony Dedda to retire

4) Graham Trickey resigns from STI Lilyfield, company "growing rapidly"

5) Digital guru warns PacPrint visitors: abandon print at your peril

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