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Conference to look at women's role in print

Birmingham City University’s Centre for Printing History & Culture is planning an international conference on the contribution of women to printing and printing culture next year, and is calling for papers ahead of the event.

ACPME hits Glasgow

The annual Association of Creative and Print Managers in Education (ACPME) conference is heading to Glasgow in a few weeks’ time, leading with the message ‘Creating the right impression’.

Printeriors to explore print opportunities

Fespa has announced the speaker line-up for its Printeriors conference, at which experts will discuss the market and application opportunities in the interiors sector.

PrintWeekLive! hailed a success

Last week’s inaugural PrintWeekLive! has been acclaimed as a success, with exhibitors reporting strong interest from visitors in new technology and ways to grow their businesses.

PrintWeekLive! opens its doors

The UK print industry has descended on the Wasps Arena, Coventry, as the inaugural PrintWeekLive! exhibition opens for business.

Heidelberg reveals PrintWeekLive! focus

Heidelberg will use next month’s PrintWeekLive! to demonstrate its latest digital and offset technologies and give unbiased advice on the pros and cons of the various UV drying technologies available.

Fespa to offer growth planning insights at Global Summit

Printers need to work more closely with designers and other creatives from day one of a partnership to produce more profit and innovative ideas, an expert has suggested.

Fespa Textile gives insight into fast growing print market

Printers can gain key insights into the fast-growing digital textile printing market at a one-day conference held at Fespa 2016.

Dscoop organisers reveal further details

Digital printers are gearing up for what is set to be one of the largest graphic arts conferences this year throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Dscoop unveils workshop strategy and educational tools

Dscoop, the 8,000-strong HP graphic arts user co-operative, has announced a more workshop-oriented focus for future events, and announced Dublin as the next EMEA annual conference location for 2015.

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