The Print Networking Club is 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.
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.
Register for a Free online membership to attend events, connect with people and contribute to your industry.
After a long break since our fantastic Print Rocks event at Christmas this will be the first print networking event in 2015, so we hope to see everyone there to kick off the 2015 programme of wonderful events we have in store.
We will not be having a speaker of a theme for this event, so it will be a traditional friendly networking evening in the St Bride Foundations theatre bar.
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.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Register for a Free online membership to receive alerts by Email or SMS.
The Print Networking Club is known for having different and innovative guest speakers, such as Vitaly Golomb from Keen Systems in the USA who came along and spoke previously about his campaign PrintisBig.com
Dr Kate Stone MD of Novalia who spoke a few months ago about her innovative printed sound solutions combining technology with printed electronics that deliver incredible results.
Trevor Elworthy the CIO and founder of Lumejet a UK-based technology innovator with extensive expertise in photonic (light-based) imaging systems – inkless printing technology that delivers incredible results.
Patrick Gavin & Chris Bibby ‘the likely lads’ who made it on to Dragons Den with their innovative printed flat pack Card Vase, assembled in seconds to form a vase, suitable to hold water and a full bouquet of flowers.
In December 2014 we held a special event called ‘Print Rocks’ where over 150 people from the world of print attended and enjoyed good music, and great company which was a fantastic highlight and close to 2014. The event program for 2015 will also include some great themed events and ideas to bring people together.
Join our free online community, to connect with fellow professionals within the printing industry and associated areas. You will have a free profile and ability to connect with people in a friendly online platform.
The objective here is to leave Linkedin for selling and promoting yourself on a business level whilst using your Print Networking Club as a place to share ideas and communicate on an impartial and neutral level.
Approved members requests for support and advice will be posted online and shared with members, and therefore allow you to reach people in a way that otherwise is difficult to do. You will be able to have a free personal profile on the members area and manage your notifications and privacy setting to give you an online experience that is right for you.
Share your ideas, experienced and thoughts via our members blog and articles area. This neutral area is for people to share genuine items of interest with the members of the print networking club, this is not a sales platform so we will only post carefully selected articles that will be of interest to the wider membership.
In an industry where communication is what we do day in day out, there is still room for people to share ideas, to collaborate and to lead the printing industry forwards, together.