Virtues of print hailed at comms event


By Richard Stuart-Turner, 07 May 2019

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Leading lights from the creative digital industries in the north of England and beyond converged at the Rose Bowl in Leeds last month to hear about the latest trends, developments and technological advances impacting their sectors.

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