BPIF calls for industry response to business impact survey


The BPIF is calling for responses to its Business Impact Survey, the results of which will be fed back directly into the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and used to represent the sector and lobby on its behalf.

The BPIF wants to hear about the industry's current challenges
The BPIF wants to hear about the industry's current challenges

The federation said that with the current “huge uncertainty amongst all businesses” during the constantly evolving coronavirus situation, it is important that it understands the specific business needs/priorities and which areas of printers' businesses are currently affected.

The organisation said it needs to hear from companies in the sector about "the impact on your businesses, your employees, your plans – present and future" to see where it needs to focus efforts and lobby to help protect all those in the industry.

The BPIF said all responses are entirely confidential and that the survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. It can be accessed here: bit.ly/bpif-impact.

Last week the BPIF urgently called for further direct support for the printing industry during the coronavirus crisis, prior to chancellor Rishi Sunak's announcement of radical plans to support businesses on Friday afternoon (20 March).

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