It’s been a while but some habits are hard to kick … Patrons sought for Women in Print…International Print Day … James Cryer looks back and more.
Print is a very ‘blokey’ type of industry so there’s all the more reason it should show its chivalrous side when it comes to sponsoring Women in Print. Now in its 9th year, the programme consists of five breakfast events around the country, where the word is that in addition to well regarded speakers and great networking for the women in our industry, champagne is served. It used to be known as Heidelberg Women in Print but it shouldn’t be left to one company to do the right thing. “Women in Print is a not-for-profit event, and it can only operate if we have the support of the industry,” says Deb Holst, Women in Print Patron for Heidelberg. “Corporate sponsorship enables us to engage a top level speaker and to facilitate the five breakfast events we hold annually. “Sponsoring Women in Print is a great opportunity to show your support for the industry and we look forward to welcoming new sponsors for our 2015 program.”
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