On 9 July 2019, the BPIF will be holding its Members' Day.
Members' Day is open to all BPIF members & Associate members
Conference (St Bride Foundation)- 10.30
The cost to attend the conference is £75 +VAT. Ticket price includes the morning conference, refreshments and lunch. Places are assigned on a first come, first served basis - so please book early to avoid disappointment.
We are delighted to announce that Kevin Green will be speaking at BPIF Members' Day.
As the former Chief Executive of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation and also HR Director at Royal Mail, Kevin delivers challenging, practical advice on how to make the most of the often overlooked HR functions within an organisation. He looks at how to attract, retain and develop employees, how to create better leaders, get the most from millennials, and whether Artificial Intelligence (AI) really is the threat to workers!
AGM (St Bride Foundation) - 14.00
In the afternoon members will be provided with an update of the key achievements made by the BPIF over the past year and will have an opportunity to ask questions of CEO, Charles Jarrold, and President, Darren Coxon of Pensord.
APPPG Reception (House of Commons) - 16.00 - 18.00
Attendees are then invited to join us afterwards on the Terrace at the House of Commons for the annual All-Party Parliamentary Print Group (APPPG) Reception*, an excellent opportunity to network with MPs, Lords and Peers. Only a short distance from the St Bride Foundation, attendees can get to Westminster by either tube or bus; or for those who wish to take in the sights - a leisurely stroll along the Thames.
For any queries please contact Anaïs Bellemans, [email protected] or register here:
*due to popularity, places at the APPPG are limited to 1 per company unless paying to attend the morning conference
The BPIF is the printing industries champion. By becoming a member you join a diverse and influential community. We help you solve business problems, connect you to new customers and suppliers and make your voice heard in government.
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