We know it's grey, we know it's wet, but not in the bar at St Bride Foundation, Fleet Street (well not that kind of dry!) – So come along and join us on Monday 27th October for drinks and networking from 5pm to 7.30pm.
For those of you who haven't been before, we will be having occasional guest speakers on hot topics ranging from design, marketing and prints future place in the world of integrated marketing.
The networking events bring together people from a wide range of industries such as manufacturers, suppliers, trade press, print buyers, designers and marketers, all with a passion for PRINT! Join us. It's FREE!
We look forward to welcoming you all in.
The Print Networking Club is know for having different and innovative guest speakers, such as Vital Golomb from Keen Systems in the USA spoke previously about his campaign PrintisBig.com, to Dr Kate Stone who spoke a few months ago about her innovative printed sound solution by Novalia, through to more recently Trevor Elworthy the CIO and founder of Lumijet.
Specifically designed to bring together all those involved in the industry from marketers, designers, book artists, printers and suppliers, giving you the opportunity to network and build new contacts and relationships...keep up to date with the latest issues, news and views.
The Print Networking Club is held every month in one of London's true hidden 'gems' the St Bride Foundation Bar. Steeped in the history of print and typography the Foundation was built and designed to educate and energise those involved in the printing industry, of Fleet Street and the surrounding areas, so we're doing our best to keep up the good work.
The Bar was originally the old laundry room for the first swimming pool built in the city of London and while it still houses the old washing machine and spin dryer, it now stocks a wide selection beers, wines & spirits! So come along and join in, have a glass or two and make some great new contacts.
the only networking group dedicated to bringing together printers, designers, marketeers, suppliers, manufacturers and everyones associated to the uk printing sector.