Conference Programme

The conference and workshop sessions at PrintWeekLive! will provide inspirational ideas, across a broad range of topics, that you can take back to your business.

Hear about the latest technologies and how they can be applied to your business, the latest business thinking, from people inside and outside of print, and how these new approaches can benefit your company,hear from buyers on where the market is headed and what they think are the key opportunities.

In short, sessions will Inspire! Innovate! Initiate!

Day 1 : 7th March 2018

Changes in the Customer Experience; a newcomer’s perspective


David Kassler, global chief executive, Williams Lea Tag.

The innovation imperative

10:15 - 11:00

James Duckenfield, chief executive, Hobs Group

GDPR: Putting the power back into print


Patrick Headley, chief executive, Go Inspire

Making your capital work for you

12:15 - 13:00

Jenny Shutt, associate director, Grant Thornton UK

Generation CMYK


Panel Discussion Chair: Jo Francis, contributing editor, PrintWeek Panellist: Alex Cunliffe, founder, Inkthreadable Dally Purewal, director, Ideas That Work/Nettl of Leeds Luke Hodson, founder, Awesome Merchandise

The Solopress journey and the lessons learned


Aron Priest, Co-founder and managing director, Solopress

Embracing the new world order of print


Simon Biltcliffe, founder and Chief executive

DAY 2 : 8th March 2018

Lead supplier or whipping boy, your choice.


Mike Newman, partner, The Business Allotment

The changing role of print in a multichannel world


Charles Jarrold, chief executive, BPIF

Planning to succeed


Paul Holohan, chief executive, Richmond Capital Partners

Become a partner, not a supplier


Michael Burman, managing director, FE Burman

The future of print


Apprentice Panel Discussion Chair: Ian Wilton, Oxuniprint Panellists Alice Murray, Hunts Amy Elrington, Webmart Jennifer Miller, Webmart Charles Jarrold, BPIF

The future of print buying


Dominic Harris, director, Harler

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