22 October 2015
Lord Black of Brentwood to speak at The Printing Charity Annual Luncheon
Lord Black of Brentwood, Executive Director of the Telegraph Media Group, is the guest speaker at The Printing Charity's 188th Annual Luncheon on Thursday, 5 November 2015, at Stationers' Hall, Ave Maria Lane, London.
Lord Black's career has spanned politics and the media. He is a passionate defender of press and media freedom and free speech in the United Kingdom, the European Union and across the Commonwealth. He is Chairman of the Commonwealth Press Union (CPU) Media Trust and was the President of the European Newspaper Publishers' Association (2014-2015). In June 2015, he was appointed President of the Institute of Promotional Marketing.
He is actively involved in a number of the industry's most significant charities as Patron of the Rory Peck Trust, Vice-President of The Printing Charity, and Vice-President of the Journalists' Charity.
Tickets for the Annual Luncheon include a three-course lunch and cost £95 per person or £900 for a table of ten.
Book now for The Printing Charity's 188th Annual Luncheon by contacting Alison Braganza on 01293 649 366 or emailing [email protected]
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