The Specialist - A BPIF Podcast Series

This BPIF podcast series is bringing the expert to you! ‘The Specialist’ will discuss new business ideas and insight, industry trends (past, present and future), how to grow, improve operations, implement change, create savings and more! The topics will be by delivered by specialists in their field; BPIF Partners and Affiliate Consultants, businesses owners, industry bodies, suppliers and clients.

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End of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
As we near the end of the JRS, it’s important for members to review their options as they exit this part of the government road map, and our specialist HR Advisers take you through the most common questions which members are asking, along with practical steps to support you. Our Advisers are available to discuss each of the options further with you.
Males mental health
In this podcast, Aston Lark’s, Samantha Mistry speaks with Daniel Frankland and Dominic Perry about Male's Mental Health, highlighting some shocking statistics, how mental health stigma among men is changing, and what you could do to keep your mental health in check.
Carbon Footprinting in the Printing Industry
Steve Walker, the Commercial Products Manager of the BPIF, takes a brief look at the pressures companies within the industry are now coming under to report on their environmental impacts. He explains the jargon involved, the methods available to printing companies to measure their carbon footprint and how the BPIF can help.
Nurturing the next generation in print
Why developing a younger generation of digitally-savvy talent is a must for many printers.
The impact of COVID-19 on the energy market and what that means for manufacturers
This episode of The Specialist is brought to you in collaboration with our energy partners Inenco.
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