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Inprint Issue 65
March/April 2021

Welcome to the March/April edition of Inprint and the first of 2021. While it’s shocking to think that it has almost been a year since the UK first went into lockdown, it’s great to start to see a beacon of light at the end of the tunnel as the COVID-19 vaccine is rolled out. It’s also inspiring to see how everyone has stepped up to the challenge of the pandemic, not only employers and apprentices, but in every aspect of life. We have had to adapt to a new way of working and living, and we should congratulate ourselves on our resilience. We hope that this issue inspires motivation and strength, and reminds you that there is a lot to look forward to in 2021.

The theme of this issue is a celebration of training. At the time of writing, we have just celebrated National Apprenticeship Week by hosting a virtual conference with an array of inspiring speakers – you can read more about this on page 18. We also give you a training update, including details on our School Engagement Programme on page 10, and introduce to you our new Business Engagement Manager for the Training team, Arun Madar, on page 15. It is as important as ever to emphasise to the younger generation the value of print and the opportunities that are on offer within our industry. Hearing first-hand from apprentices about their experiences is an effective and engaging way to do this. As highlighted previously, mental health remains vital. Further information on this can be found on page 4, and some useful links on mental health support specifically for apprentices can be found on page 11. Don’t forget to keep checking in on friends, family and colleagues.

Our BPIF Marketing team remind you how we can promote your business and how we can continue to fight your corner on page 20. From events and webinars, press releases, social media, and our Find a Printer service, to featuring in these very pages of Inprint, we want to help you stand out and promote your business in the best way possible. We love keeping up-to-date on what is going on with our members, and you can read some of our member news on page 26.

As mentioned, there is a great deal to look forward to this year. Our Print Network Webinar Series is returning this month, and we will also be hosting our BPIF Members’ Day in July – a day not to be missed! You can read more about our upcoming events and webinars on page 28. In the meantime, I hope you find this issue useful. Happy reading.

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March/April 2021
Welcome to the March/April edition of Inprint and the first of 2021. While it’s shocking to think that it has almost been a year since the UK first went into lockdown, it’
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December 2020/January 2021
Welcome to the December / January edition of Inprint. This issue is brought to you in collaboration with Canon , so we would like to say a big thank you to the Canon team.
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September/October 2020
Welcome to the September/October e-edition of Inprint. During a continued challenging time where a sense of community is as important as ever, we dedicate the front cover of this issue to Print;
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June/July 2020
Welcome to the June/July e-edition of Inprint. It feels surreal to think that just 3 months ago, the Marketing team were anticipating the March/April issue landing on our desks.
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March/April 2020
This issue of Inprint celebrates sustainability in print and puts emphasis on its importance –
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December 2019 / January 2020
So much to be proud of. In this issue of Inprint, we look back and celebrate a fantastic year and look forward to a positive future.
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September/October 2019
In this issue of Inprint, we celebrate fantastic developments in training. We also provide you with the latest Brexit updates and announce the shortlist for the British Book Design and Production Awards.
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June/July 2019
In this issue of Inprint, we provide you with information on Members’ Day, revisit GDPR a year after its implementation, and give a final call for entries to the British Book Design and Production Awards.
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March/April 2019
In this issue of Inprint, we tackle various Brexit issues, celebrate National Apprenticeship Week and give you informtion on the British Book Design and Production Awards Call for Entries.
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