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Editor’s comment: A hands-free office

This column took far longer to write than usual because I have broken my wrist (yes, sympathy please), and now have a metal plate in my arm to use to alarm airport security. I’m...

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It really does seem like yesterday that I sat down to write my first Editor’s Comment for OPI, nervous to comment on an industry that was new to me and to write to readers...

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Thank you to everyone who participated in our reader survey last month. We had a great response and you have given us some excellent feedback about how you would like to see OPI develop...

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Not to brag or anything, but I've just returned from a holiday in Hong Kong and the Philippines – two amazing places. I was visiting a friend who, having moved out to a village...

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I recently read an article about how pubs (bars for those of you not in the UK) are increasingly being used as a second office, based on a survey carried out by Wi-Fi provider...

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A tug of war  Resellers are being unfairly pulled in two directions. On one hand customers increasingly expect them to supply almost anything and provide it almost on demand; on the other, customers are...

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Is it Groundhog Day?  In February it's Groundhog Day in the US. For those of you unfamiliar with the event, according to folklore if a groundhog emerges from the ground then spring will come...

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The club we're happy to be in As I write this, I’m sitting in the International Lounge at Chicago O’Hare airport having re-landed after our aeroplane broke. But I won’t let American Airlines dampen my...

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The subject we can’t dropWhen I was planning this issue’s content, my first thought was that we couldn’t cover Amazon again. But the reality is that Amazon’s onward march into the OP space really...

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Let’s get digitalAttending the OPI Global Forum in May (read a review here) made me realise more than ever what a difference the internet has made to commerce. That’s quite an obvious statement, I’m aware,...

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A man’s world I recently attended the judging meeting for the North American Office Products Awards in Atlanta, Georgia, as a judge and scribe. The judges comprised experts and representatives from all over North America,...

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Let's be flexibleIn developed economies, flexible working has become a hot topic; compressing working hours into a four-day week, taking extended holidays or working from home a few days a week are some examples....

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Editor’s comment EU Review 2013

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Editor’s comment Green Thinking 2012

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Podcast: circular economy and sustainability with Lyreco

OPI Talk speaks to Lyreco’s Circular Economy Project Leader Isabelle Daubney.