Printing and production costs likely to rise

Printing and production costs likely to rise

Printing and production costs are likely to go up following Brexit, which may lead to publishers increasing book prices, members of the Independent Publishers Guild have been warned.

However, publishers have also been advised to “hold on for a little bit until things stabilise” before taking any action. 

Speaking at a recent IPG event called ‘Brexit: Key Questions for Independent Publishers’, Kamal Singh, a financial director, told IPG members that businesses printing overseas are likely to see their costs rise as a result of the fall in the value of sterling. He advised members to renego...

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