Sweden (Swedish: Sverige [ˈsværjɛ] (About this soundlisten)), officially the Kingdom of Sweden (Swedish: Konungariket Sverige [ˇkoːnɵŋaˌriːkɛt ˈsværjɛ] (About this soundlisten)), is a country in Northern Europe.[17] It borders Norway to the west and north and Finland to the east, and is connected to Denmark in the southwest by a bridge-tunnel across the Öresund Strait. At 450,295 square kilometres (173,860 sq mi), Sweden is the largest country in Northern Europe, the third-largest country in the European Union and the fifth largest country in Europe by area. The capital city is Stockholm. Sweden has a total population of 10.3 million[8] of which 2.5 million have a foreign background.[18] Persons who have foreign backgrounds are defined as persons who are foreign born, or born in Sweden with foreign born parents.[19] It has a low population density of 22 inhabitants per square kilometre (57/sq mi) and the highest urban concentration is in the central and southern half of the country.

Sweden is part of the geographical area of Fennoscandia. The climate is in general mild for its northerly latitude due to significant maritime influence. In spite of the high latitude, Sweden often has warm continental summers, being located in between the North Atlantic, the Baltic Sea and the vast Eurasian Russianlandmass. The general climate and environment varies significantly from the south and north due to the vast latitudal difference and much of Sweden has reliably cold and snowy winters. Southern Sweden is predominantly agricultural, while the north is heavily forested and includes a portion of the Scandinavian Mountains.

Germanic peoples have inhabited Sweden since prehistoric times, emerging into history as the Geats (Swedish Götar) and Swedes (Svear) and constituting the sea peoples known as the Norsemen. An independent Swedish state emerged during the early 12th century. After the Black Death in the middle of the 14th century killed about a third of the Scandinavian population,[20][21] the Hanseatic League threatened Scandinavia’s culture, finances and languages. This led to the forming of the Scandinavian Kalmar Union in 1397,[22] which Sweden left in 1523. When Sweden became involved in the Thirty Years War on the Reformist side, an expansion of its territories began and eventually the Swedish Empire was formed. This became one of the great powers of Europe until the early 18th century. Swedish territories outside the Scandinavian Peninsula were gradually lost during the 18th and 19th centuries, ending with the annexation of present-day Finland by Russia in 1809. The last war in which Sweden was directly involved was in 1814, when Norway was militarily forced into a personal union, which peacefully dissolved in 1905. Since then, Sweden has been at peace, maintaining an official policy of neutrality in foreign affairs.[23] In 2014 Sweden celebrated 200 years of peace breaking even Switzerland‘s record for peace.[24] Sweden was formally neutral through both world wars and the Cold War, albeit Sweden has since 2009 openly moved towards cooperation with NATO.

Sweden is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy, with Legislative power vested in the 349-member unicameral Riksdag. It is a unitary state, currently divided into 21 counties and 290 municipalities. Sweden maintains a Nordic social welfare system that provides universal health care and tertiary education for its citizens. It has the world’s eleventh-highest per capita income and ranks very highly in quality of life, health, education, protection of civil liberties, economic competitiveness, equality, gender equality, prosperity and human development.[25][26][27] Sweden joined the European Union on 1 January 1995, but declined NATO membership, as well as Eurozone membership following a referendum. It is also a member of the United Nations, the Nordic Council, the Council of Europe, the World Trade Organization and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

 

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Sun April 25th

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Replay: Online sales in Omikai Cloud-ERP

In this session we will build a complete web shop live from start to launch using Omikai StoreFront, our Web2Print solution, part of the complete Omikai Cloud-ERP platform. We will setup a store using some flexible customization Add and configure different types of products and product categories Configure pricing using complex variables Configure a design template with support for variable data Show two customer buying scenarios Guest customers on a public shop Contracted customers on a private shop Show integration with Omikai Cloud-ERP to create pre-planned order ready for production Prepress automation and integration Show BI dashboard for sales analysis We will finally give our view on Web2Print and the 3 most important KPI’s to focus on with online sales of print Mathias Erlandsson https://event.webinarjam.com/live/setupBroadcast/9p5r9ar2fztqs7

Fri November 27th

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Mathias Erlandsson · Over The Skype · OM...

When we talk about the smart factory approach in the print sector, the starting point is a functioning ERP system that is specifically geared towards future requirements. State-of-the-art cloud technologies open up completely new perspectives, as Mathias Erlandsson, founder and CEO of Omikai Systems AB explains in an Over the Skye conversation with Andreas Weber, CEO INKISH D-A-CH. "The requirements in Sweden are very similar to those in the DA-CH region“, explains Matthias. It depends on ease of use, transparency in all areas and a kind of omnichannel availability of the structured data that is dedicated to the needs of a successful and sustainable print business. It’s not only about production, but also management and administration, and above all about a much better go-to-market. The most important thing is not to have to deal with technology any more, but rather to develop the right digital mindset: Open, flexible. thinking ahead, geared towards the context and collaboration. The two conversation partners consequently open a dialogue that anyone interested can join. --- Wenn wir über Smart Factory im Print-Sektor sprechen, so ist der Ausgangspunkt ein funktionierendes, ganz spezifisch auf zukünftige Anforderungen ausgerichtetes ERP-System. Hier ergeben sich durch zeitgemäße Cloud-Technologien ganz neue Perspektiven, wie Mathias Erlandsson, Gründer und CEO von Omikai Systems AB im Over the Skye-Gespräch mit Andreas Weber, CEO INKISH D-A-CH, erläutert. „Die Anforderungen in Schweden sind denen in der D-A-CH-Region sehr ähnlich“, legt Matthias dar. Es komme auf Einfachheit bei der Nutzung, Transparenz in allen Bereichen und eine Art Omnichannel-Verfügbarkeit der strukturiert aufbereiteten Daten an, die beim Geschäft mit Print anfallen. Und das nicht nur in der Produktion, sondern auch in Management und Administration, und vor allem beim Go-to-Market. Das Wichtigste sei nicht, sich noch mehr mit Technologie beschäftigen zu müssen, sondern den richtigen Digital Mindset zu entwickeln: Offen, flexibel, vorausdenkend, auf den Kontext und auf Kollaboration ausgerichtet. Die beiden Gesprächspartner eröffnen folgerichtig einen Dialog, dem sich alle Interessierten anschließen können. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mathias-erlandsson-aa780b15/

Thu November 12th

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OMIKAI has become a Growth-Enabler for T...

Subtitled Swedish language: Tellogruppen is a successful fullservice commercial print company based in the city of Söderköping with offices on 4 locations in eastern Sweden. In 2019 Tellotryck acquired Norrköpings tryckeri and are preparing for continued growth. IT and the overall digital transformation is something the company has realised they must use better and be part of if to to reach their long term goals. In this film the CEO Fillip Ringqvist gives a short background of the company, how they work and why their IT and ERP-system are increasingly important for the future. Tellogruppen är ett framgångsrikt fullservicetryckeri med huvudkontor i Söderköping och med verksamhet/kontor  i Norrköping, Västervik och Stockholm. 2019 förvärvades Norrköpings tryckeri och nu satsar företaget på fortsatt tillväxt.  IT och det generella digitala transformation är något företaget inser är av högsta vikt att använda och dra nytta i sin framtidsresa. I denna film berättar Tellogruppens VD Fillip (Fille) Ringqvist om företagets historia, hur de arbetar och varför IT och affärssystemet har högsta prioritet för att klara framtida tillväxtmål.

Mon May 4th

No Sales, No Production · Patrick Nermar...

Realtryck & Screenbolaget is a successful Swedish printing company located in the suburbs of the Swedish capital Stockholm. The company have specialised in the print on plastic, cardboard, and campaign materials in both digital and offset. The company see higher competition than in the past but are still very successful in the Swedish market. Realtryck and Screenbolaget have an amazing showroom where customers can see some of the many applications possible to produce. In this INKISH film, CEO Patrick Nermark talk about the company's history, products, investment strategies, etc. Produced by INKISH.SWEDEN - in Swedish, with English subtitles.

Sun December 8th

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Peter Ollén at the INKISH NON-EVENT 2019...

INKISH hosted for the first time ever our NON-EVENT. The Non-event is celebrating the people that have been in front of the camera, or been supporting INKISH during the past years. This is a new recurring event, and the idea is to give space for the people we have featured to connect in a new way. We invited 150 people, and 32 decided to join us. Our guests came from Japan, Canada, USA, UK, Belgium, Sweden, and Denmark - and we are confident that next year, even more, will come. We asked most of our participants to talk LIVE during the dinner - and here is Peter Ollén from Sweden. Peter Ollén is the editor and CEO of Sign, Print & Pack events in Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark as well as being in charge of online- and offline media throughout the region. Enjoy!

Sun December 8th

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Thomas Petersson at the INKISH NON-EVENT...

INKISH hosted for the first time ever our NON-EVENT. The Non-event is celebrating the people that have been in front of the camera, or been supporting INKISH during the past years. This is a new recurring event, and the idea is to give space for the people we have featured to connect in a new way. We invited 150 people, and 32 decided to join us. Our guests came from Japan, Canada, USA, UK, Belgium, Sweden, and Denmark - and we are confident that next year, even more, will come. We asked most of our participants to talk LIVE during the dinner - and here is Thomas Petersson from Sweden. Thomas Petersson investor and Chairman of the Board of the Swedish company OMIKAI who creates an MIS system. Great meeting you Thomas at the NON-EVENT. Enjoy!

Sun December 8th

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Ulf Sunnberg at the INKISH NON-EVENT 201...

INKISH hosted for the first time ever our NON-EVENT. The Non-event is celebrating the people that have been in front of the camera, or been supporting INKISH during the past years. This is a new recurring event, and the idea is to give space for the people we have featured to connect in a new way. We invited 150 people, and 32 decided to join us. Our guests came from Japan, Canada, USA, UK, Belgium, Sweden, and Denmark - and we are confident that next year, even more, will come. We asked most of our participants to talk LIVE during the dinner - and here is Ulf Sunnberg from Sweden. We have to put this first - Ulf Sunnberg is our new Country Director of INKISH Sweden, and we are so happy that Ulf, Magnus, Ola, and Anders have decided to join forces with us for the Swedish, and Norwegian market. But Ulf has an extensive background as a consultant, as the founder of the Grafkom network, and very active in Workflow Summit and PrintNext in Sweden - and now also with INKISH Sweden. Thank you, guys! Enjoy!

Mon July 8th

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Excellence in Management Makes the Diffe...

The Federation of Swedish Printers - Grafiska Företagen, has updated a report that in our opinion, is a valuable tool to understand the printing industry. Based on surveys among 2.000 companies over seven years, and comprehensive analysis work from Bisnode turned out a figure where you could easily see who in the printing industry makes money. Now, this report has been updated, and there are differences from the first one. Where Large Format was one of the most profitable segments, and even though Large Format is still a precious segment, the trends are unfortunately developing in the wrong direction. Enjoy the conversation editor Morten Reitoft has with CEO Ravindra Parasnis.

Thu May 30th

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Aros Bookbindery · The End · Jenny Holmé...

Back in 2014, we met Jenny Holmén for the very first time. She didn't have a history in the printing industry nor any knowledge about running a bindery - however, that didn't stop her and her associated to invest in one of the bigger binderies in Sweden. We were and still are very fascinated with this story that has been told in three films - where this is the last film. It's the last film under all circumstances since Aros Bokbinderi was sold to a competitor at the beginning of 2019. Jenny Holmén and her team have put tremendous work into developing the bindery but had to conclude that it was a too big mouthful. Moving the equipment from one location to a new required far more money than anticipated and at the same time, a couple of important clients went bankrupt and left Aros with not only a loss but also a decreased turnover. This last film was recorded at PrintNext18 but not published until now - and in the film CEO Jenny Holmén openly tell about some of the problems they faced. Now Aros Bokbinderi is no longer owned by Jenny Holmén, Carl Arnesson, and Bo Roger Sandberg. On a more personal note, it's always sad when people that try to bring fresh blood to the industry don't succeed. The team had a plan and we have in both films and articles stressed that the willingness and risk taken from these three people are based on a professional way of running a business. Among the changes the staff experienced was self-management - and many more new exciting ways of operating a business. R.I.P.

Fri May 10th

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PRINTNEXT19: How is the Media Landscape ...

The Keynote at the recent PrintNext19 was held by Joakim Jardenberg - GREAT presentation with great inputs and considerations. Enjoy this almost 40 minutes presentation!

Fri May 10th

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PRINTNEXT19: Succeeding in the Communica...

Andreas Lind is the CEO of Visual Art Group who has specialized in digital signage. In this presentation, you will get a great insight into this market and you will maybe even think this is a market that could be interesting for you - watch, like, and share - as usual.

Fri May 10th

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PRINTNEXT19: Future Trends for Printing ...

For many Scandinavian print buyers, the Baltics has been an interesting market to work in and for many printing companies, the Baltic printing industry has been a challenge due to lower prices and tough competition. At PrintNext19, Katra Savi from Association of Estonian printers talks​ about the market and how they are focusing more on quality than price. Katre Savi is accompanied by two Account Managers from the Estonian printing company K-Print who share their insight in the work in especially the Swedish market - Actually a great presentation!

Fri May 10th

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PRINTNEXT19: How Papirfly is Automating ...

Papirfly pronounced Paper Fly is an extremely successful Norwegian company that streamlines the design processes for companies. With Papirfly - an online solution - all employees can manage everything from flyers, brochures, catalogs, to online assets. With companies such as DVS, El-kjøp, IBM, and more prominent international customers Papirfly for sure seems to have found a formula​ for success.

Fri May 10th

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PRINTNEXT19: So Much Is Your Company Wor...

At PrintNext18 Alexander Jute from Marlaw gave a great presentation on GDPR and at PrintNext19 he not only gave an update and status on GDPR but also information that can help you in the valuation of your company. Great presentation!

Fri May 10th

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PRINTNEXT19: Where is the Profitability ...

The Swedish Federation of Printers organize 400+ printing companies in Sweden and part of the work CEO Ravindra Parasnis has done is an intensive research work about "Who makes money in the printing industry." With data from more than 2.000 companies over 7 years, the data is quite comprehensive. At PrintNext19 Ravindra Parasnis gave an update and status of the Swedish printing industry - it's very interesting and if you choose to download the presentation on INKISH.TV you can see also the changes from the previous report. Though this is data from Sweden, the results and the trends probably are very similar in most western countries. VERY interesting and something that the global print-industry should be very interested in! Watch, Like, and Share.

Fri May 10th

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PRINTNEXT19: Perspectives On Current and...

Peter Berg from McKinsey & Company is a global expert in Pulp and Paper. At PrintNext19 he gave an amazing speech over why Paper Prices are increasing in time with decreasing demand. Understanding how paper mills are changing from one product to another product and how the pricing influences which mills changes are​ fascinating learning, and we believe that some of this info will be new to many viewers. This is a MUST see speech!

Tue December 4th

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Driving The Sales By Educating · CEO Jan...

Jan-Olof Jungersten is the distributor of HP Graphic Arts equipment in his company Visutech, in the Nordic and he and his company recently celebrated their 30 years anniversary at Scanpack 2018. INKISH do not so often cover representatives but of course, we have exceptions. Jan-Olof Jungersten is not only the first Indigo channel in the world, but he is also an author. His third book 'Transmission - Transform the Packaging Industry' is about how he sees the changes in demand, changes in technology, and how we as a printing industry needs to adapt to the new order of the world. As he says "digital is not only about the machines​ but also about the mindset" (free from memory). So, in this INKISH film, he shares some of his visions, some speculations, some considerations put in Swedish perspective - and of course, considerations about both HP and the market in general. Enjoy!

Wed June 20th

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Do Physical Books Have a Higher Retentio...

Håvard Grjotheim is now CEO of Scandbook - a public company within the Scandinavian printing industry, and we got the chance to talk with him at Print Next in Stockholm earlier this year. The exciting thing about the book printing companies is that they seem to have got a renewed interest in the printed book - not only from readers but also from the publishers. See what Håvard Grjotheim thinks about this.

Wed June 13th

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Grafiska Företagen & Grafkom join fo...

At the recent 'Print Next 18' event in Stockholm Grafkom and Federation of Swedish Printers (Grafiska Företagen) joined forces to create a joined event focusing on the future of the printing industry. We spoke with CEO Ravindra Parasnins - see and listen to what he say.

Thu May 24th

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In the Future GRAFKOM needs to be in Eng...

Magnus Thorkildsen is a new part owner of Grafkom and a surprise to many that he chose to join the company. Mostly because he came from a position as CEO of the Norwegian Federation of Printers - however, this seems to be a benefit for both parties. At the Print Next 18, more than 30 delegates from Norway participated and it's most likely due to the constellation with Magnus Thorkildsen on board. In this interview, we talk with Magnus Thorkildsen about the need for changing the event into English, since Grafkom will extend their offerings to Finland and the Baltics. We also ask Magnus about how it is to change working from an established organization to be in a private company.

Tue May 15th

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The more you share the more you get · Ul...

Ulf Sunnberg is the second of the 3 persons behind Grakom - the event maker in Stockholm, who is responsible for Grafkom, Grakom I/O and now Print Next. Actually, Ulf Sunnberg was the founder of Grafkom and the entire concept of sharing knowledge. We, therefore, also tease him asking whether Grafkom originally was a lead generator for Ulf Sunnberg's consultancy business - and of course, this was also the case then - but today Grafkom is turning into a professional business with its own life and identity. INKISH support the Swedish event and have sent several hours of content from the past five events. We believe that the values founded in Grafkom are VERY similar to the ones we have with INKISH. Enjoy!

Mon May 14th

Is it possible to continue growing Grafk...

Ola Karlsson is one of the 3 persons behind Grakom - the event maker in Stockholm, who is responsible for Grafkom, Grakom I/O and now Print Next. Who attend the shows and who do Grafkom see as their customers? In this film, Ola Karlsson tells you who and why.

Mon April 30th

INKISH.TV proudly presents: Post Card fr...

To the printing industry. PrintNext18 in Stockholm was by far the best event in the Grafkom history - more than 230 participants from many countries. The aim to become a truly international event with a dedicated focus on knowledge and sharing of the same is evident! You should have been there, Love INKISH

Tue August 22nd

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Please Welcome Jenny Holmén · CEO · Aros...

Jenny Holmén is one of the people that we at INKISH.TV have followed in the past years - and we plan to continue doing so. She is CEO of the Swedish bindery Aros Bokbinderi and one of the reasons this story is interesting is that Jenny Holmén, Carl Arnesson and Bo Roger Sandberg in 2015 decided to invest in a medium sized bindery with NO advanced knowledge about the printing industry. We have decided to follow Jenny Holmén and her team on their path to success. The path is based on a modern and very active management that leads the way investing time and money. See this film and enjoy future films as well. See the first film here: http://inkish.tv/Episode.aspx?vid=OfeBgYUkRLg

Tue August 8th

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INKISH.TV proudly presents: Jonne Zachri...

Sharp is a well-recognized brand in consumer electronics and also in the office print segment. Did you know that they also produce production print? We met with Jonne Zacharisson from Sharp Business Systems in Sweden and spoke about their booth, products, and view on the market in general. Please enjoy.

Sun May 14th

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INspiration · Micael Bindefeld · INVITAT...

INspiration is a new type of program from INKISH.TV where we will focus on things that can inspire the printing industry. In this first episode INKISH.TV was invited to Stockholm by paper merchant Antalis to not just see the exhibition by Micael Bindefeld but to literally experience it. Micael Bindefeld has for 30 years been a star among celebrities in Sweden - where he has arranged parties for politicians, actors, musicians and large companies. A centerpiece of his work is the more than 1.400 invitations that he has done. The selection he showcased at the event in the Antalis showroom was simply a stunning proof of what paper can do. Watch this great and first episode in our new INspiration series - and as usual, stay tuned for more episodes in the nearby future.

Tue May 9th

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INKISH.TV Proudly Presents: Country Mana...

Please welcome Country Manager Per Arild from Visutech. Per Arild has a history with HP, so for him, it's like coming home to HP in his new role as Country Manager for Visutech, who among other products distribute HP. Our returning viewers may recognise Per Arild from a previous INKISH.TV episode which is correct. Per Arild worked with Glunz & Jensen with whom we made a film back in 2016. You can find a link to the Glunz & Jensen episode here: http://inkish.tv/Episode.aspx?vid=kr8AMQbq6WY

Tue March 28th

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INKISH.TV proudly presents: Mickael Gohi...

The paper industry has also been challenged since the financial crisis took off in 2008, but Antalis has developed new strategies, products, and services and seems to be in good shape for the future. Please listen to Mickael Gohier from Antalis - he is a quite interesting guy, who share some of his ideas with you - here on INKISH.TV.

Wed March 22nd

INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Postcard fro...

INKISH.TV, of course, was present at Sign & Print in Stockholm and it was really a great event. Exhibitors were positive, audience were positive and as you could see from the latest "Conversations" with Peter Ollén who is responsible for Sign & Print, he was also very happy. Take a look at our postcard and stay tuned for interviews with key people from the exhibition.

Thu March 9th

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INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Editor Peter...

Peter Ollén is maybe one of the most influential and important media persons in Scandinavia. Not only does his magazines, websites, and newsletter reach thousands of users, he is also responsible for Sign & Print exhibitions in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. INKISH.TV caught him for our second "Conversations" ever - please enjoy.

Wed February 8th

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INKISH.TV proudly presents: CEO Mathias ...

Mathias Erlandsson is not just the CEO, but he is also the founder and developer of a completely new and groundbreaking MIS/EPR system for the printing industry. We met him at DRUPA and had an open chat about Omikai, the market and the challenges bringing new software to the market. What we really like about the your entrepreneur is that he and his company aim to make a standard one-size fits all software solution - and not only have customers embraced this strategy, but also investor and chairman of the board Thomas Petersson praised the strategy at the recent Grafkom I/O. See the interview here: http://www.inkish.tv/Episode.aspx?vid=a7XwCDBa61Q

Mon October 17th

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INKISH.TV Proudly Presents: Who Makes Mo...

CEO Ravindra Parasnis from Swedish Graphic Companies' Federation have together with Bisnode made a comprehensive survey about who makes money in the printing industry. This episode gives you a lot of answers and interesting views, that can help you, inspire you and make your business stronger and better.

Wed October 5th

Grafkom I/O 2016 teaser

November 8-9/2016 GRAFKOM I/O 2016 in Norrköping, Sweden. INKISH.TV will cover this extremely exciting event and if you have the opportunity you should go. GRAFKOM is about sharing information and at this years event you will find speakers, vendors and have a fantastic opportunity to network with hundreds of business leaders. Find more information at: http://www.grafkom.se/io/

Sat August 20th

Sign & Print 2016 appetizer – ...

Sign & Print is the leading exhibition in the Scandinavian countries, held in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. This appetizer is for the Norwegian Sign & Print that is soon due. INKISH.TV will cover the exhibition and give an insight to both local and international viewers with interviews of interesting people in the printing industry. Stay Tuned!

Thu April 21st

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INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Branschkoll ...

A portrait of the business intelligence company Branschkoll and interview with CEO and owner Ola Karlsson

Wed April 6th

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INKISH.TV proudly presents: GRAFKOM I/O ...

GRAFKOM is nothing less than a fantastic event, arranged by Ola Karlsson and Ulf Sunnberg from Stockholm in Sweden. The event is about sharing. Speakers from both Sweden and other countries entertain sharing knowledge for a full day. IBM explains about artificial intelligence, Elanders about their approach to the future, Lasertryk about their solutions and services and many many other VERY exciting topics. The event is one of a kind and the event is really an amazing example on how sharing can give a business owner SO much more knowledge - to inspire and to develop. GREAT

Thu March 10th

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INKISH.TV proudly presents: CEO Jenny Ho...

Is she and her partners on a suicidal mission or why on earth have they invested in a bookbinding company. The new owner and CEO explain about respect for each others role in an organization. Jenny Holmén explains about her vision for how to a great ROI on her investment in AROS bookbindery. Her professional approach to become profitable we find inspiring and want to share this with you. We will make a follow up episode on AROS in a years time to see how Jenny and her team have succeeded in her progress of becoming bigger, better and even more profitable. Enjoy this - and maybe, just maybe - this could inspire how to make plans for your own business..

Sun February 28th

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INKISH.TV proudly presents: Billes Tryck...

Billes Tryk in Gothenburg in Sweden have invested in AMS LED-UV. In this episode INKISH.TV brings a portrait of the company, with a special focus on why they have invested in LED-UV, how it has been implemented and what it will do for the company.

Mon February 22nd

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INKISH.TV BizzView: CEO Ravindra Parasni...

In BizzView INKISH.TV interviews the top leaders of the printing industry and get their view on where we are and where we are heading. Every episode will ask more or less the same questions, but the answers are very likely to be very different. Each top leader have his own opinion on how the challenges are faces and each top leader of course bring solutions to his market, based on the differences the markets faces. In this first episode please welcome CEO Ravindra Parasnis from Grafiska Företagen i Stockholm, Sweden.

Tue February 9th

INKISH.TV proudly presents: I/O GRAFKOM ...

INKISH.TV proudly present I/O GRAFKOM 2016 this time in Stockholm, March 17th. This amazing event is an recurring industry event in Sweden with internation participant as speakers.. Ulf Sunnberg and Ola Karlsson are driving forces for this event and INKISH.TV talk to them about the event, that of course will be covered on your favourite TV-channel.

Wed June 24th

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INKISH.TV proudly presents: Lasse Svärd ...

Please welcome Marketing Manager and Co-Owner Lasse Svärd from Gafs Kartong, Sweden. Gafs Kartong is the first customer in Scandinavia who have bought the Highcon Euclid laser die cutting machine. The machine is truly amazing as well as the company who expect and foresee growth with this add on to the company's extensive range of equipment!