• 2nd November 2021

  • 24/08/2021

Print in a Post Pandemic World

Print in a Post Pandemic World

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Charles will use the latest BPIF research to provide an insight into how the sector is performing as the pandemic recedes, and the UK print sector adapts to a hybrid working world and a new trading relationship with the EU. He’ll highlight where the sector sees opportunities, where it sees challenges, and, how print is adapting and changing in the UK and across Europe.

Even in a dramatically changing landscape, the power of print remains unassailable and this year’s seminar, with 8 industry experts from across the sector, will highlight the opportunities, and challenges, for print and paper products in this new world. This year the seminar will be delivered virtually (in English) attracting a global audience.

The seminar will comprise of 2 sessions, a morning session (9:30am – 11:30am) and an afternoon session (2pm – 4pm).

This is a FREE to attend event – register for your place NOW!

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