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Inprint Issue 43
September/October 2015

Welcome to the BPIF membership magazine. In this issue, we include information on the BPIF's argument for print in an inquiry into the long-term sustainability of British manufacturing, launched this February by the Manufacturing Commission. We look at how to bring down the rising costs of green energy, and how to reduce all energy bills with buying power. There is an examination of the dangers of airing views on Facebook and other social media. And we report on insolvency and the responsibility of directors. We tell you how to prepare for changes to ISO standards for Environmental Management. 
The new version of the standard is due for publication in September 2015, but there is likely to be a three year 'honeymoon' period for making the necessary changes.

There's the usual round-up of the industry's financial hopes and concerns. We reveal how details of how the first Conservative-only legislative programme in nearly 20 years is likely to affect the print industry. We explain how you can make your staff happier and healthier with three refreshed services from BPIF Consultancy Services that are core to any high functioning workforce. We offer advice on finding funds with BPIF's Fund Finding service. The shortlist for the British Book Design and Production Awards is announced. And we introduce the Inprint app, an app edition of this publication that enhances the reading experience. Events to look forward to include The Print Show at the NEC, the Power of Print Seminar, Duplo - London Calling, and the much anticipated British Book Design and Production Awards. In inclosing our CEO, Charles Jarrold gives his personal view on pre-packs. 

Finally we would like to draw your attention to our UK Printing - The Facts and Figures brochure. We sent this to you in August but would just like to clarify that on the Regional UK Printing page the turnover figures are portrayed in thousands of pounds (£000s). We have included an updated copy for you and hope you will use the detailed information on our industry to promote the use of print to your customers. 

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Inprint Issue 43 Inprint Issue 43
September/October 2015
In this issue, we include information on the BPIF's argument for print in an inquiry into the long-term sustainability of British manufacturing, launched this February by the Manufacturing Commission.
Inprint Issue 42 Inprint Issue 42
June/July 2015
In this issue we look at new measures to tackle late payment. We report on ClimateCalc, the only international graphic standard for carbon calculation that measures the carbon impact of a primting company and its products.
Inprint Issue 41 Inprint Issue 41
March/April 2015
In this issue, we look at the BPIF's efforts, along with the Direct Marketing Association, to prevent HMRC from issuing retrospective VAT charges and penalties on the industry.
Inprint Issue 40 Inprint Issue 40
December 2014/January 2015
In this issue we look at efforts to lobby the Government on late payments, which remain a key concern for many printing companies.
Inprint Issue 39 Inprint Issue 39
September/October 2014
Welcome to the BPIF membership magazine. This issue is dedicated to the memory of our stalwart CEO, Kathy Woodward, who died on 21 August 2014.
Inprint Issue 38 Inprint Issue 38
June/July 2014
Welcome to the BPIF membership magazine. In this issue, we look at the BPIF’s support of a new Insolvency Service proposal that aims to strengthen the regulatory framework and fee structure for Insolvency Practitioners (IPs).
Inprint Issue 37 Inprint Issue 37
February/March 2014
This issue includes a report on the industry's access to finance, which seems to be improving after a number of lean years.
Inprint Issue 36 Inprint Issue 36
December/January 2014
This issue looks at rising energy bills, which respondents to the latest BPIF Printing Outlook survey report for the third quarter of this year cited as their most significant cost increase.
Inprint Issue 35 Inprint Issue 35
October/November 2013
This issue looks at how CDi PrintYorkshire is to help fund Creative and Digital Industries, including print.
Inprint Issue 34 Inprint Issue 34
June/July 2013
In this issue, we tell you about Ofcom's latest review of the universal postal service and the proposed new safeguards for protecting it.
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