BAPC announces special guest speaker for 2010 Conference

Hertfordshire, (PresseBox) - The BAPC is delighted to announce that a key speaker at the 2010 conference will be Geoff Burch, often described as the alternative business guru. Geoff is an internationally renowned and highly motivational business speaker, television presenter and author.

Delighting audiences throughout the world, he has been described as witty, erudite and enigmatic who has a unique and refreshing outlook on all manner of business topics. A regular contributor and presenter on TV and radio Geoff was also the star of the hit BBC business show All Over the Shop which focussed on small businesses helping them to survive and thrive.

Tony Honnor, Associate Director of the BAPC commented: "The BAPC is delighted that Geoff has agreed to speak at our conference this year. His presentation will certainly have a positive impact on delegates and provide them, in a most entertaining and straightforward way, guidance on how to become more successful. We have a reputation for having powerful speakers and I believe that Geoff will take us to a new level - he is not to be missed! At a highly subsidised cost of only £120 per delegate, thanks to the support of our industry sponsors, the conference is well within the reach of businesses both large and small. "

Geoff will join a team of business specialists at the event which is open to everyone within the industry. The conference will take place over the weekend of 5th November 2010 at the Marriott hotel, Waltham Abbey, Herts. Anyone interested in attending the conference should contact Tony Honnor at the BAPC on 0208 736 5862.

British Association for Print & Communication

The BAPC is the leading Trade Association for the Creative Industry, which includes the Graphic Arts, Print and Communication sectors. The BAPC, run by printers for printers, provides members with a wealth of knowledge and handson experience. Being frontline the Association has concentrated on developing services and facilities that will directly help BAPC members survive and succeed. It is the aim of the Association to cultivate a "community of print" that acts as a forum for the graphic arts industry to work together for mutual benefit.

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