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Panel of Specialists take the stage for the BAPC Conference

The BAPC is proud to announce the panel of specialists selected to speak at its 2011 conference.



The BAPC Conference 2011 will be held on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st October at The Holiday Inn Hotel in Elstree, Hertfordshire.



Award winning printers, Ian Crossley of Greenhouse Graphics, Stuart Mason of The Ink Shop and Andrew Watts of Apple Print will reveal to conference delegates their trials, tribulations and successes in business. This will be a lively and challenging discussion with opportunities for audience participation.   The session will be facilitated by Darryl Danielli.  The print industry specialists  will join business gurus and entertainers speaking at this unique event supported and attended by printers, suppliers and key players in the printing industry. 



Andrew Watts





Darryll Danielli






Ian Crossley





Stuart Mason


Sidney Bobb, Chairman of the BAPC comments, “A key objective of the conference is to bring the industry together and I am sure that our panel will inspire, educate and inform.  This is an ideal opportunity for printers to hear and question what their contemporaries are doing and to learn more about business acumen and success. Suppliers present will also learn what it is like for printers at the ‘coal face’.  This year's line-up is perhaps one of the most exciting we have ever had.  At the subsidized cost of £150 per delegate, we hope the conference is well within the reach of businesses both large and small.”


For further information please call the BAPC on 0208 736 5862.or visit to book.


About the BAPC

The BAPC is the leading Trade Association for the Creative Industry, which includes the Graphic Arts, Print and Communication sectors. The BAPC, run by printers for printers, provides members with a wealth of knowledge and hands-on experience. Being frontline, the Association has concentrated on developing services and facilities that will directly help BAPC members survive and succeed. It is the aim of the Association to cultivate a “community of print” that acts as a forum for the graphic arts industry to work together for mutual benefit.