Industry4Europe – Joint Call to the Heads of State and Government

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Dear members, You have supported the Industry4Europe joint call to the Members of the European Parliament. A slightly adapted version of the call will be addressed to heads of state and government (see attachment). We suggest to confirm the inclusion of your logo in the new version unless you object. If you do object, please let me know by 18 …

Intergraf – News in Brief – 20/12/2018

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Have a very happy Christmas! Intergraf will begin 2019 with a new logo, brand and website. As of our first day back in the office on 2nd January you will see much more of our new look and we can’t wait to introduce it properly to you! We will be back in contact next year with the file of the …

Intergraf – News in Brief – 6/12/2018

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26/11/2018, Social Dialogue Working Group, Brussels In the final Social Dialogue meeting of the year, Intergraf joined colleagues from UNI Europa Graphical and the European Commission to discuss issues relating to the state of the industry, resources, major concerns, EU industrial policy, training for youth, employee engagement and attracting new workers to the industry. In a particularly interesting discussion, participants …

Intergraf Newsflash – December 2018

Intergraf Newsflash

Evening folks, It’s the start of another month and that means another Newsflash from our friends at Intergraf (The European Federation for Print & Digital Communication). Pull the PDF from the link below, crack open something festive, and enjoy. This issue includes – Intergraf news: Intergraf to coordinate COSME project on recruitment Next Print Matters for the Future event in …

Intergraf Economic News – A story in graphs

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I hope you folks like graphs. The latest missive from our friends in Europe, Intergraf (The European Federation for Print & Digital Communication), is a data-driven picture of the recent trends in the printing industry across the Eurozone. Follow the link below to find the full package and consider how it might help you plot the year ahead.

The big picture for print and packaging in Europe

Following on from the recent meeting in Brussels, The Social Dialogue Working Group has released the minutes from a  session titled “Economic Situation of the Graphical Sector: Country Reports”. The minutes are attached below as a PDF. If you’re curious about how our European colleagues and competitors are getting on in the current economic climate it’s worth cracking open and …

Social Dialogue Working Group – Intergraf invitation

There will be a Social Dialogue Working Group meeting taking place at the Albert Borschette Congress Centre in Brussels on Monday 26th November to follow up on some of the topics discussed at the recent Plenary. I attach the draft agenda, for your information (this document is still being finalised so a further draft will be sent to participants in …

Intergraf Newsflash – November 2018

Intergraf Newsflash

Today we are delighted to announce a new, on-going collaboration with Intergraf (The European Federation for Print & Digital Communication). Every month Intergraf issue their Newsflash newsletter from their headquarters in Brussels. As part of our mission to promote communication between industry bodies, we are hosting these newsletters here as part of a regular series of news updates from our European …

Golf Day – TABS Golf Society

VENUE: THE ISLAND, DONABATE Friday October 26 “In September 1887 four men rowed across the channel which separates Malahide from the spur of land known locally as the island. Their mission – to survey the wilderness and assess its suitability as a golf course “. Today, The Island Golf Club is a Championship links that has been a Regional Qualifier …

Portrait presentation

We were honored to be able to present a portrait of past IPF president Lorcán Ă“ hĂ“báin to his lovely wife Anne.  Lorcán’s presence is deeply missed in the IPF and the DPPSkillnet, which he helped to create.  His picture will now join the Hall of Fame portraits in the National Print Museum book.