We are not your average trade association
We are committed to developing excellence and growth in a sector that is a significant contributor to the British economy. We are uniquely placed to be not only the voice for the printing industry but also an active participant - catalysing and shaping the future of this ever changing industry with our members.
We are monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, and will regularly update our website should there be any changes. We will refer to guidelines and protocols as suggested by the WHO (www.who.int) and the UK public health authorities regarding the virus.
In a world where cyberattacks and threats are a growing reality for both businesses and individuals around the globe, it's important that you have access to security tools that keep you and your end-users' data protected.
Awesome Merchandise has launched a £15,000 grant scheme to help support people in the creative industries who've been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
As the Government responds to the rising number of COVID-19 cases amid concerns for a serious ‘
Join us on Thursday 22 October to hear from BPIF Employment Law Solicitor, Gaynor Beckett, and learn more about the latest schemes and key HR matters that affect your business and our industry.
Our partner BOSS are holding a webinar on digital accessibility and disability where we'll be hearing from activist Lily Dedman who works for KCS.
The PRINTING United Digital Experience is a comprehensive online event spanning 3 weeks, beginning October 26, compliments of PRINTING United Alliance.
Get up to speed with the BPIF's video news bulletin. Keeping you up to date with the latest news and views from the industry.