The BPIF are delighted to bring you the 6th Visual Media Conference (VMC), a free to attend one-day event providing vivid insights into marketing communications. Organised by CDi, a special interest group of the BPIF, this year the VMC will return to The Rose Bowl, Portland Crescent, Leeds LS1 3HB to explore how businesses can be truly sustainable in all areas by having an innovative and creative mind-set.

The event features an extremely impressive line-up of speakers from companies such as Channel 4, Newsworks, Nestlé, HP and Communisis who will be sharing truly inspiring insights, real world experience and best practice, the VMC will also reflect on the creative sector’s growth in the region.

This years’ event will take delegates to a place that they may have heard of but not actually seen – the cutting edge of thinking. Creating an occasion where people from marketing and communications, printers and designers can see examples of the latest technology and ask themselves, ‘Is this something I should be using?’

The conference will also feature a Euro Panel discussing BREXIT from the other side! Tired of the ‘B’ word? This session will give you the opportunity to look at the UK from the other end of the telescope. See how the world sees us and gain insight into the implications for the future of our sectors. At this year’s event, the panel will be chaired by Charles Jarrold, CEO BPIF, to bring together informed opinion from the EU and around the world with Sabine Geldermann, Director, drupa; Beatrice Klose, Secretary General, Intergraf; Professor George Lodorfos, Dean of Leeds Business School, Michael Carroll, Senior Packaging Specialist, Lead on innovation and sustainability for Nestle and Rob Shaw, CEO, Jaywing, UK and Australia.

This is your chance to ask the questions – please submit by email to by 31 March.  For full details including how to book click here.

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