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British chemist John Walker became an inventor by accident. He was mixing up chemicals for percussion caps – a component of ammunition – when some drops of the mixture accidentally fell onto his workshop...

This month’s question: How can the OP industry attract the cream of the graduate...

 "At Avery Dennison, we feel strongly that human capital is one of the key success factors in our multinational company today. As we increasingly work across divisions and borders, it is very important that...

Leading in times of change

 By Robin Ancrum, director, Values Based Leadership How can business leaders adapt as our environment changes at an ever-accelerating pace while our human bodies have hardly evolved over the past 10,000 years?  In June this...

Leading in times of change

 In June this year I had the pleasure of speaking at eurOPe 2006 - the conference of the European office products industry in Monte Carlo. The conference was called Tomorrow's Industry and my talk...

Nordic Union

 Office Union, an amalgamation of some of the region's largest resellers, may have changed the OP landscape in Scandinavia forever. The union, which between its four contributing reselling groups represents a total revenue of...

John Farrell

 OPI: I guess most people know about Waltons, but for those that don't from our readership, just take me through everything that Waltons does. JF: Nowadays we're mainly a commercial contract stationer dealing on...

Office Union prepares for Scandinavia and beyond

  In the last week, the prospective OP landscape in Scandinavia has changed. This is down to the birth of one new alliance, Office Union, an amalgamation of some of the region's largest resellers,...

Market Status

 You would hardly have thought of it 12 months ago. A power channel in China? Not a chance. But times have changed. While no one would seriously claim a power channel is in place...

EOSA swells eastwards

The European Office Supplies Alliance (EOSA) is building on its pan-European vision by expanding its international network of independent partners eastwards into the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. The new EOSA partners are Czech...

David Vander Zanden

In a busy year, School Specialty got its cheque book out in 2004 to boost its acquisition growth strategy. CEO David Vander Zanden gives OPI the heads up on what the future holds and...

EOSA swells eastwards

26 November 2004 - Amsterdam (NL): The European Office Supplies Alliance (EOSA) is building on its pan-European vision by expanding its international network of independent partners eastwards into the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland....

Big Read

Combating global counterfeiters with HP’s Glenn Jones

OPI Talk finds out about HP Inc’s efforts to root out counterfeiting in the imaging supplies channel. Counterfeiting is big business and fake inkjet and...