In a bid to remain fully relevant and accessible to its members, the BPIF has rebranded its consultancy department to BPIF Specialist Services, following a member discussion forum and a department restructure.
While BPIF Consultancy has long existed to supplement the expert health and safety, human resources, legal and training advice members receive as standard, Specialist Services was felt to be a more accurate description of the wealth of extra resources on offer from the department.
The department, which rebranded on 1 September, saves businesses time, money and risk by cutting out the hassle of researching un-vetted business support on the open market. It provides a range of trusted services specific to the industry in process improvement, health, safety and environment, human resources, certification, technical, business development and more.
Services currently proving popular include GDPR support, sales development training, ISO 9001/14001 transitions, cost rate reviews, marketing support and occupational health.
Specialist Services director Chris Selby said, ‘We believe the new branding will help members and others within the industry to get a clearer picture of what we are about. By contacting Specialist Services, companies can say goodbye to a stab in the dark search for the right business solution on their own. We not only work closely with many industry bodies, but we have a trusted, independent and vetted network of specialists with an understanding of current industry issues.’
‘While members receive a special discount on services, we aim for competitive pricing so that the whole industry can benefit from our collaborative expertise. So whatever the size or budget, we work hard to find a cost effective solution,’ added
Specialist Services manager Meeka Walwyn-Lewis. ‘The BPIF strives to keep its members at the heart of everything it does. BPIF Specialist Services plays a unique part in this, and I am pleased to say that our new branding reflects this. I would encourage all those within the print industry to try out the services we are offering.’