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Industry Awards and Bursaries
drupa Apprentice Award

Win two days at drupa 2020 in Düsseldorf and meet the best companies in the industry from around the world!


Once every four years something quite remarkable takes place. drupa - the world's leading trade fair for printing technologies provides everyone involved in the industry an outstanding networking arena. In recognition of this drupa and the BPIF are looking for two apprentices from the UK to join them in Düsseldorf to experience the wonder of drupa! You have the opportunity to be a part of this incredible event and we sincerely hope to see you in 2020... GOOD LUCK!


The Award includes: 

- 2 apprentice places 

- 2 days at the show 

- Presentation of both Awards by Show Director - Sabine Geldermann

- Return flights from the UK and 1 night hotel accommodation 

- Onsite support from the BPIF


How to enter: 

- Must be 18 years old by 18 June 2020

- 500 words on why you would like to attend drupa 

- Accompanied by a testimonial from your employer 

- Winners announced in November 2019


Deadline for submissions is Friday 27 September 2019.


To enter the Awards click here.

For more information please contact:
Ceri Priddle
Ceri Priddle
Training Coordinator
01676 526039
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