So much to be proud of.
This issue of Inprint celebrates a fantastic year and looks towards a positive future, which begins with us giving you some of our suggestions for New Year’s resolutions on page 4.
Moving forward, we are also looking to expand our apprenticeship offering, so provide details of numerous apprenticeships and ask for your feedback on what it is you would like (page 10).
Christmas is a time of love and celebration for many, but it is also a time of sadness for some, and this is vital to be aware of. On page 6, we focus on mental health and provide some tips on how to deal with this during this time of year, and also answer some of your frequently asked HR questions.
We talk to David Button, Director of 4edge Limited and Chairman of the BPIF Book Production Special Interest Group, on page 15 about printing and publishing as we emphasise the value of physical books in an increasingly digital world.
We look back on and celebrate 2019 with our wrap up on page 20 that picks out some of the highlights of what has been a very successful year. The celebration continues on page 22 as we announce the winners of the British Book Design & Production Awards. The Awards took place on Thursday 21 November at The Landmark Hotel in London, where the winners of the 19 categories were crowned. The evening was a celebration of beautiful books – well done to all of the finalists!
From all of us at the BPIF, we would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and very Happy New Year – see you in 2020!
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