On Friday the 20 of February the BPIF gathered together 11 print apprentices from member companies at their London offices. The task was to work with a designer to produce a piece of collateral in aid of National Apprenticeship Week to promote apprenticeships in the print industry to schools. With the current average age in the print industry at 48 the apprentices set to work designing a piece of collateral that they felt would attract young school leavers into print.
The whole process was videoed and the video above sent to MPs to ask their continued support of apprenticeships.
BPIF CEO, Charles Jarrold, chats to Anne Copley, Head of BPIF Legal, about the ins and outs of Holiday Pay and what print companies should be aware of.
The British Book Design and Production Awards were held on 10 November at the dazzling Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in Knightsbridge, central London.
Persons of significant influence and control. What should members do.
For National Apprenticeship Week the BPIF partnered with a team of 8 students from Dundee &
The British Book Design and Production Awards were held on 26 November 2015 at a lavish location, the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in Knightsbridge, central London.
PrintIT! is an incentive run by Proskills and funded by the print industry.
The first of its kind; the BPIF Level 5 Graduation Ceremony took place at One Great George Street on Thursday 2 July.
To download the brochure produced by apprentices for schools click here .
Monday 3 November, saw the annual Print Power and Two Sides seminar in association with The Stationers' Livery Company.
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