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A record 76 international delegates from 26 countries joined the latest instalment of Intergraf’s annual Print Matters for the Future conference in London at the end of May 2019, supported by the WPCF (World Print & Communication Forum) and BPIF (British Printing Industries Federation). Every…

WPCF Board meets in London

16 members of the World Print & Communication Forum (WPCF) met in London at the end of May for their annual board meeting and to attend Intergraf’s Print Matters for the Future conference.The WPCF exists for the world’s major transnational and national printing associations to...

WPCF publishes 2019 Economic Report

The WPCF (World Print & Communication Forum) has published its annual Economic Report, presenting comprehensive economic data about the state of the graphical industry around the world.Every year the WPCF publishes an Economic Report, presenting data from WPCF members about the global printing industry. The...

WPCF 2018 Economic Report now available

The WPCF (World Print & Communication Forum) has published its annual Economic Report, presenting comprehensive economic data about the state of the graphical industry around the world.Every year the WPCF publishes an Economic Report, presenting data from WPCF members about the global printing industry. The report...

WPCF Economic Report 2017 available now

The WPCF has published its Economic Report: 2017 Edition. This report collects together data about the printing industry in WPCF countries, helping to build a better picture of the global industry. The report includes statistics, as well as qualitative Country Reports, and covers the following...

WPCF meets in 2016 Seoul Congress

The World Print & Communication Forum (WPCF) met in August/September 2016 for a Congress hosted by the Korean Printers Association in Seoul for approx. 500 representatives of the printing industry from 30 different countries and regions....

Prof. Kamal Chopra elected as AIFMP President

Representing more than 250,000 printers, AIFMP is considered to be the world’s largest association of printers. AIFMP draws its strength from more than 70 affiliates spread around the country. It is the one and only apex body of the Printers, recognised by the Government of India. Since its inception, the AIFMP...