The BPIF has announced the 7th Visual Media Conference and Exhibition, to be held on 7 April 2020 at the Rose Bowl Leeds. The VMC is a free to attend one day event providing vivid insights into marketing and digital communications, vital to the printing and creative industries.
Organised together with CDI, a special interest group of the BPIF, this year the VMC theme ‘Fake it or make it’, addresses the falseness of news, abuse of data, Google stats, fake followers, greenwashing and importantly the obverse – trustworthiness and authenticity.
There is an extremely impressive line up of national and international speakers at this year’s event, from companies such as Coca-Cola on branding, Communisis on Artificial Intelligence and HP on new printing technology, who will use powerful case studies and provide take away practical ideas. All of this will be backed up with an exhibition including virtual reality, and a unique opportunity to learn what to expect from drupa at their global event in Düsseldorf in June 2020.
‘It gets better and better every year. We have listened to what you told us you wanted, so be prepared for some surprises – illusions and facts!’ said Robert McClements, CDI president.
Places are limited, so make sure to book your place now to guarantee availability at www.visualmediaconference.com