From apprenticeship programmes that ensure companies attract high quality entrants, to development training that guarantees the industry benefits from experienced and highly trained employees. BPIF Training have it covered.
BPIF monitor the political agenda and identify threats and challenges to the industry. Our work has secured funding and legislative change worth millions to the industry. In addition we provide independent and relevant research used by the industry and government.
The Coronavirus Support Schemes Survey was designed as a follow-up to the BPIF Business Impact Survey conducted in March. At a time of huge concern and uncertainty amongst all businesses, and a constantly evolving situation, it is vital to ensure that businesses are getting the emergency assistance they require when they require it.
The UK is a significant exporter of printed products - to the value of £3.1 billion in 2019. The UK exports more printed matter than it imports to all but 21 countries in the world. Want to know more? BPIF members can download the Print Trade Data file and explore further.
The BPIF/BOSS Impact Survey was designed to help BPIF and BOSS support businesses during the Coronavirus crisis. At a time of huge uncertainty amongst all businesses and a constantly evolving situation it is key for BPIF and BOSS to understand specific business needs and priorities and establish which areas of business are most affected.
Concerns over the economic impact of the Coronavirus have suddenly become significantly amplified in the UK. BPIF members need access to the latest information so that they can effectively manage the effect upon their businesses.
Access the latest edition of the Economic Newsletter for the European Printing Industry for information on industry turnover, paper consumption, as well as pricing data for paper, pulp, recovered paper and postal rates.