Northern future talent of 2017
The 23 August 2017 saw the BPIF host a graduation ceremony for the second cohort of Level 4/5 Management Programme learners at St Bride Foundation, London. The fully gowned learners, their proud employers and guests, plus key supporters within the printing industry came together to celebrate each learner's achievements.
BPIF CEO Charles Jarrold, opened the ceremony congratulating all the learner's on their efforts. He commented, "Graduating today is a tremendous achievement, it requires real dedication to complete the 2 year programme and achieve the high standards with all the other calls on your time, and that dedication together with the qualifications you now have will be hugely valuable as you develop your careers in our industry - well done!"
Here at the BPIF Northern Business Centre we wanted to specially congratulate those who graduated this year in our region, the following individuals have done incredible work over the past two years:-
Lee Hall, Northend Creative Print Solutions
Richard Taylor, Northend Creative Print Solutions
Matthew Swannell, UK Greetings Ltd
Nick Sims, Ryedale Group
Loren Kitchen, Celloglas Leeds
Lauren Sharples, Ryedale Group
Michelle Stannard, Ryedale Group
Kirsty Thompson, Parkside Flexibles
Matthew Child, Loxleys Print
Phil Culley, Trinity Mirror Oldham
Paul McKee, Trinity Mirror Oldham
Tony McNamara, Trinity Mirror Oldham
Alan Mortimer, Foil Ribbon & Impact Printing
Chris Hesketh, Skanem Liverpool
Chris Heath, Saica Flex - Buxton
For more info please contact Darren Shepherd, Regional Director - North on [email protected]
The Economic Newsletter for the European Pringting Industry has been rebranded with Intergraf's new design and colours. It continues to feature short term statistics on turnover, graphic paper consumption and prices. It also includes pulp and recovered paper prices and, in this edition, energy prices.
A healthy seasonal boost ensured 2018 finished stronger than it started, at least as far as the volume of output and orders are concerned - however, expectations are more pragmatic for Q1.