For National Apprenticeship Week the BPIF partnered with a team of 8 students from Dundee & Angus College; all undertaking an HND in Computer Arts and Design: Digital Arts; an animated film course to produce a video to show what a print apprenticeship can offer.
The students drew inspiration from 'Family Guy' and Japanese animation to create the characters Max, Yasmin and Yan who attend a careers fair to hear about what a career in the printing industry could offer them.
The Visual Media Conference (VMC) team has been busy with Backstage Academy exploring how to create a meaningful and user-friendly online experience.
To kick off National Apprenticeship Week, on Monday 4 March, we took our apprentices to Bluetree Group in Rotherham.
The 2018 British Book Design and Production Awards were held at the Montcalm Marble Arch Hotel in London on 22 November 2018.
The Visual Media Conference 2018 returned bigger and better than before, uniting communities under the themes of immersive technology and colour hype.
The BPIF have launched the Tennis Ball Challenge, a simple but highly effective exercise to highlight the power of teamwork and communication with incredible outcomes and results.
The 2017 British Book Design and Production Awards, held on 16 November at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair, central London.
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.
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