7 July 2020
10th Annual Power of Print Seminar Goes Virtual
The 10th annual Power of Print seminar, taking place on Tuesday 3rd November, was always expected to feature an exciting spin to celebrate this special anniversary. A fully virtual seminar was perhaps unexpected, but the possibilities and opportunities for just such an event are no less exciting.
The seminar – organised by Two Sides and the BPIF, in partnership with Canon and Fedrigoni – will bring together leading experts from across the spectrum of print, publishing, paper-based packaging and beyond.
Jonathan Tame, Managing Director of Two Sides, says, “Print has played an essential role during the coronavirus crisis, from governments using direct mail to safely reach vulnerable households, to newspapers and magazines providing crucial information and much-needed enjoyment to people in their homes. Even in a dramatically changing landscape, the power of print remains unassailable and this year’s seminar will highlight the opportunities for print in this new world.”
Leaders from their respective sectors, including direct mail, publishing, agencies, brands, and packaging, will enlighten, inspire and inform the audience with their take on what the future holds.
The Power of Print virtual seminar will take place across two sessions on 3rd November, with speakers being broadcast live from Canon’s state-of-the-art facilities in their central London office.
Speakers will be announced over the coming weeks.
Read the full press release here.
Date: Tuesday 3rd November 2020
Location: Virtual/ Worldwide
Session 1: 10:00 – 12:00 (GMT)
Session 2: 14:00 – 16:00 (GMT)
Book your place here.
15 July 2020
Download an excel file containing the official Producer Price Indices for the UK Printing Industry (SIC 18). This excel file shows the input and output price indices separately. However, it does also graphically combine the two indices so as to depict the relative change between them.
18 June 2020
A supplementary, and temporary, newsletter created to summarise the latest news on how print is performing as the COVID-19 crisis eases.