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19 June 2019

St Austell Printing Company to host second print event

St Austell Printing Company to host second print event

Following on from their first successful event last year, St Austell Printing Company (SAPC) will be hosting a further event on 11 July 2019 at the company's conference centre.

In collaboration with Business Cornwall magazine, which is owned by the Cornish printer, the event will run from 9am to 1pm, with a buffet lunch and networking following afterwards, the event will feature presentations and workshops from industry specialists who will help attendees to ensure their printed marketing is as engaging, cost-effective and sustainable as it can be.

St Austell's Marketing & Communications Manager, Matt Bunt, said, "The aim of the event is to encourage anybody that uses or has considered using print, to use it as effectively as they can. That's part of the way that we market ourselves; we're not just ink on paper, we want to add value to what we do and be flag bearers for the power of print, and what you can achieve."

Dawn Reid, BPIF Regional Director for the area added, "I was delighted to be asked to speak at the first event in 2018 and we're happy to provide SAPC as a member of ours with updated statistics and data as required, speakers this year will include Sarah Wallis from Royal Mail, who will be presenting findings around the neuroscience of print and mail and Antalis, whose representatives will advise attendees on how they can get the most out of their paper."

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Dawn Reid
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