Canon is proud to partner with the fantastic Power of Print event promoting the effectiveness of print.
Print continues to evolve, and here at Canon, sharing similar views to Print Power, we believe that print is more powerful than ever. With online and offline communication coming together in an exciting melting pot of ideas, print is now smarter, more effective and more inspiring than ever – and the possibilities are endless. It’s no longer about compromise, but about saying ‘yes’ to your customers. About continually adapting your business in an ever-changing market and seizing new opportunities as they arise.
We at Canon have always strived to inspire our customers, with insight and ideas, with new applications and customer success stories to illustrate new opportunities. We know as well that for print to thrive, we need more than just technology. It is clear that marketing professionals are rediscovering print, and realising that a digital only communications approach has its limitations. To help them truly understand the critical role that print plays in their campaigns, we need to inspire them – to achieve impact, to cut through the digital noise, to drive traffic and to build their brands. To promote prints effectiveness as a medium and increase the value that print plays to a customer.
Canon is uniquely positioned to work with businesses throughout their lifetime via its customer centric approach. With the widest print portfolio in the industry and our unique heritage in imaging technology, we’re able to push boundaries, offer pioneering solutions and challenge the pre-conceptions of print to help businesses stay ahead of the curve – and the competition.
We are confident that our technology portfolio, when matched with our passion and competence, can offer all the components our customers need to unlock prints great opportunity and succeed.
Fedrigoni are proud supporters of the Power of Print for the second year running. We strongly believe that working with and supporting our industry is essential. In a digital age, when much of our communication takes place in a sterile online environment, the tactile, sensory quality of paper has become even more powerful.
At Fedrigoni paper is no ordinary communication medium, it’s an art form in its own right - let us show you what paper can do!
Print Monthly prides itself on being the first truly multi-media platform for the print industry.
Across print, online, video and social media, Print Monthly provides our readership with breaking news, views and trends, as well as in-depth features offering advice on the latest developments. From global manufacturers, to a small printer on the corner of the local high street, we represent 99.9 percent of our thousands strong industry.
We also have an increasing focus on exposing some of the individuals who operate their businesses in a way that affects the vast majority of honest businesses in the sector.
Most importantly, we tell printers how to make money and succeed in difficult times.
Our editorial staff are comprised of professional journalists with a background in the national and regional press, as well as broadcast media. These are backed by a first-rate design team, delivering not only a publication that reads well, but also looks good.
In addition to the monthly magazine and online news hub www.printmonthly.co.uk, our video-sharing website, www.print7tv.com, is there for the global industry to upload, share and watch their own videos for free. Each week, the editorial staff also present our weekly Print7 News bulletin, giving you your run-down of the most important news from the past seven days.
Print Power is a pan-European organisation dedicated to promoting the effectiveness of print media and its role in modern integrated marketing programmes and campaigns. The organisation comprises a wide range of companies representing the entire print media value chain; from production, distribution, printing, content and delivery. This gives Print Power a unique level of expertise and experience in all areas of the print industry.
Two Sides is a global initiative with membership right across the graphic communications value chain; from forest to print and on to recovery and recycling. Two Sides promotes the responsible use of Print and Paper which, when sourced from certified or sustainably managed forests, is a uniquely powerful and natural communications medium.
The BPIF is the principal business support organisation representing the UK print, printed packaging and graphic communication industry. It is one of the country's leading trade associations. The federation strives to ensure their members’ requirements come first.
Through listening to their needs they have developed an unrivalled range of products and services that go well beyond those provided by a traditional trade association.
They provide the highest standard of support for printers to grow and develop healthy, sustainable and profitable businesses, aiming to provide an environment geared towards their businesses success. The BPIF offer practical, value-adding solutions for all areas of a print organisation, ranging from Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality issues; with the implementation of HR requirements; provide resolutions of technical or legal issues; as well as advice and support on marketing, sales and finance.
This is all delivered by individuals and teams of highly skilled and experienced print industry specialists.
They also offer a wide range of opportunities for networking both regionally and nationally, including prestigious events, special interest groups and popular short courses on a wide range of topics.
The Stationers’ Company is where 600 years of print history runs alongside digital technology, 21st Century thinking, innovation and discussion on the Communications and Content Industries. These include, amongst other sectors, those of Printing and Paper. Its members, both individual and corporate, find it is a superb forum for the exchange and development of new ideas, which the Stationers’ Company has been hosting successfully since 1403. The Company runs a programme of regular industry-related evening events, which are open to everyone. Stationers’ Hall has been on its current site since 1606 and burnt down in the Great Fire of London of 1666. The current Hall was re-built in 1674 and is a Scheduled Monument, Grade 1 listed building, an impressive venue for visitors from the UK and overseas.