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Member seeks help with road haulage companies

18 February 2015

A BPIF member is seeking feedback on any compensation formulae used with road haulage companies who damage product on pallets.

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BPIF Healthcare - Building Health Benefits Around You

BPIF Healthcare - Building Health Benefits Around You

18 February 2015

Whether you have a scheme in place or are new to the market, a large business or simply looking to insure your family, BPIF Healthcare can help you with a variety of health and wellbeing products and services.

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10 steps to web to print success

18 February 2015

The recent BPIF printing outlook suggested 58% of printers derive no revenue from web to print while 30% of printers have web to print as a focus for upcoming investment. Simon Ellington, Director of web to print vendor ROI360 and author of the web to print fitness guide shares the 10 steps to making a success of web to print.

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Q4 boosted by seasonal surge in orders - confidence persists but so do the challenges

Q4 boosted by seasonal surge in orders - confidence persists but so do the challenges

10 February 2015

2014 finished on a positive note as both printing output and orders continued to grow in Q4. Orders in Q4 experienced a strong improvement over Q3 and just surpassed expectations for the period according to the latest BPIF Printing Outlook survey.

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Printed book sales increase

19 January 2015

Waterstones have announced that sales of the Kindle e-book reader have decreased after seeing higher demand for the printed physical books. The UK's largest book retailing chain saw sales of physical books rise 5% in December 2014, at the expense of the popular e-reader.

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New shared parental leave and pay requests on the way

19 January 2015

Regulations came into force on 1 December 2014 for qualifying parents of babies born on or after 5 April 2015, and adoptive parents with the equivalent adoption date, to give more flexibility to parents in caring for their new child in the first year of its life.

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The Print Futures Awards are open for entries!

16 January 2015

Cash grants of up to £1,500 each are available to help pay for any costs associated with relevant education or training courses for a career in printing, publishing or graphic arts in the UK. Entries close Friday, 29 May 2015.

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BPIF looks at addressing cyber security to protect our sectors future

16 January 2015

Recent reports have highlighted both employee and consumer concerns over online security and the possible damaging consequences. With weekly high profile hacks hitting the headlines how do you protect your company?

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Apprenticeships contribute 34 billion to the UK economy in 2014

16 January 2015

According to recent research from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), apprenticeships contributed £34 billion to the UK economy in 2014. 

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BPIF first Trade Association to own a law firm

12 January 2015

The BPIF is now fully licensed and ready to launch a new entity, BPIF Legal Ltd, which will operate as the BPIF's own law firm.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

18 December 2014

The BPIF would like to wish all their members a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

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A new lease of life for print

17 December 2014

Monday 3 November saw the annual Print Power and Two Sides seminar in association with The Stationers' Livery Company. 120 delegates heard from a series of industry-leading experts how innovative applications are giving print a renewed lease of life, re-affirming print's position as a powerful medium within the communications mix that can stimulate response rates and return on investment. 

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Threat of retrospective VAT penalties for direct mail is averted

17 December 2014

Previously, we warned that direct mail suppliers could face backdated VAT bills following HMRC's decision in April 2012 to strip bulk mail of its VAT-exempt status. This decision led many suppliers to charities and financial services businesses, which are unable to claim back or charge VAT, to use 'single sourcing' as a means of cutting out the VAT liability.

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President to continue precedent

President to continue precedent

12 December 2014

Gerald White, CEO Berforts Group, plans to carry on the good work that has gone before in his new role as BPIF President.

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Charles Jarrold joins the BPIF as new CEO

Charles Jarrold joins the BPIF as new CEO

10 December 2014

The BPIF are delighted to announce Charles Jarrold as their new CEO effective from January 5 2015. Charles has been involved in the print and media sector since the early 1990s. 

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BPIF welcomes support for smaller firms announced in Autumn Statement

03 December 2014

Small businesses will benefit from measures announced in today's Autumn Statement, says the BPIF.

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Steady as she goes for output and orders - confidence remains positive despite pricing concerns

Steady as she goes for output and orders - confidence remains positive despite pricing concerns

02 December 2014

Q3 proved to be a positive environment for growth in output and orders – both showed a slight improvement on their Q2 status. Almost half (49%) of printers increased output in the third quarter of 2014 according to the latest BPIF Printing Outlook survey.

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Take a master class in the opportunities available through the Energy Efficiency Directive

20 November 2014

The European Union has set an ambitious goal of improving energy efficiency by 20% by 2020. BPIF Associate Schneider Electrics offer a masterclass where they outline what opportunities are available.

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Let us take the headache out of auto-enrolment

18 November 2014

The government's regulator for pensions is getting tough on employers and so far has investigated 590 companies and issued 163 compliance notices for failing to meet their auto-enrolment duties.

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VAT and bulk mail postage

18 November 2014

Members may have seen recent reports suggesting that direct mail suppliers could face backdated VAT bills following HMRC's decision in April 2012 to strip bulk mail of its VAT-exempt status.

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