There are mountains to climb but what an adventure. This issue of Inprint looks at some of the challenges the industry is currently facing, with Brexit being at the forefront of everyone's mind. Page 16 will inform you of how we can help you get ready, whatever the outcome.
With the New Year almost upon us, we take a look at what businesses can do to get organised and seize the opportunities 2019 holds. From commercial products to invest in, best practice HR management, and key dates to get your finances in order, our experts help you get organised for next year (page 20).
We explore what the Autumn Budget means for print (page 12) and on page 4 we explain exactly what you will need to do to get ready for digital tax submissions before April, if you qualify. We congratulate both printers and publishers who triumphed in the BBD&PAs (page 18) and we are delighted to report that BPIF Training was in the top 30% nationally for employee satisfaction (page 10). We are also celebrating 166 BPIF apprentices (page 11) who graduated in 2018 - Congratulations!
Finally, it's almost time to get festive - we hope to see you at our Carols for Printers on the 11 December.
Have a wonderful Christmas!
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