ACPME Annual Conference | Dunston Hall, Norwich | 3–6 June 2018
Fit for the future…
Changes in the HE landscape are massive. So are the opportunities and challenges. Through networking and collaboration, you’ll #ACPMECon18 will arm you with the tools to ensure fitness for purpose, to mitigate against any challenges and to make strides forward.
Join us in Norwich and get fit for the future
We’ve invested in top-drawer speakers
Dave Birss – will kick-off conference with a BANG!
Chief thinker: international keynote speaker
Dave draws on neuroscience, psychology, biology and behavioural economics. He’s obsessed with creativity – what it is, where it comes from, its role in history, its place in our future, what makes some people more creative than others – and this obsession finds its way into almost everything he does. He’s on a mission to shatter the myths and destroy the mystique around the creative process. And on the way, enable more people to harness their untapped creative abilities and help organisations use it more effectively.
Tony Harmer – Let's be ninjas!
Tony Harmer: Design Ninja
Ninjas use skill, stealth and agility—all great qualities that take time, effort and practise, unless you know some amazing shortcuts, and luckily for you, you’re about to learn some!
In this session with Tony Harmer (aka The Design Ninja) you’ll discover how to promote like a ninja, making incredible social posts, explainer videos and web pages, even if you have no experience whatsoever!
See: Tony’s YouTube
Jonathan Walters – Creating impactful video for social media: A masterclass
Jonathan Walters: Web and Digital Manager, Loughborough University
Jonathan leads a team of award winning digital professionals within Loughborough University’s Marketing and Advancement department. Covering web design and development, content creation, digital engagement, social media, video and photography, the team have been responsible for the delivery of a large number of high-profile projects including #IAMIN, the 2016 ‘Gameplan’ clearing campaign, LboroGrad as well as driving forward the digital development of Loughborough’s undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses. Jonathan has 10 years’ experience in higher education marketing and has been working in the web and digital environment for over 20 years.
Ian Wilcox – Diversification into flatbed
Ian Wilcox: Print Centre Manager, University of Southampton
Following up on his feature in ACPME Pages Issue 1, Ian will discuss how the University of Southampton’s large format business has grown and his approach to running one of HE’s largest in-house print units.
Always looking for win win, Ian will share how he always does the best that he can for Southampton, saving and making them money by providing more and more services in-house that the university are buying already at far greater cost from external suppliers.
If you’re commercially-minded or being asked to generate additional income it’s a session you can’t afford to miss.
Andy Cope – will leave you super-charged
Andy Cope describes himself as a ‘professional trainer, qualified teacher, author and learning junkie’. He has recently completed a Doctorate at the University of Loughborough… investigating the science of happiness and positivity.
Andy will leave you super-charged and ready to succeed.
Julie Measures – Being personally effective and achieving the results you want
Go MAD Thinking
Julie is passionate about unlocking the potential of individuals and teams and developing people to be at their best. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is an accredited coach and uses the Go MAD Thinking methodology to provide a proven and successful approach to achieving results.
She has worked in learning and development for over 20 years and has also run her own successful business giving her a great understanding of people and the commercial aspects of business. Her insight into the challenges faced by businesses, particularly in a climate of change, gives Julie a great perspective that enable her to really understand and deliver desired outcomes for her clients. Julie specialises in Leadership Programmes and has worked with many senior teams in the NHS, Financial Services, Utilities, Transport and Professional Services developing insight and strategy to enable them to take the business to the next level.
Mark Davies – GDPR
Whistl (Doordrop Media) Ltd, Managing Director
Mark is responsible for ensuring the growth of Whistl’s door drop business, formerly known as TNT Post. Prior to becoming Managing Director, Mark occupied several key sales roles at the company, which he joined in 2003. Before this Mark spent 10 years seeing the world in the travel and leisure industry and has lived and worked in Santa Barbara, Boston, Amsterdam and Barcelona.
Mark is President of ELMA (the European Letterbox Marketing Association), sits on the DMA Print Council and speaks regularly on the door drop industry both in the UK and across Europe. Mark is married with a daughter aged 9 and a five year old son and lives in Oxfordshire. He still enjoys travelling, writing and squash.
Jan Edgecombe – Colour management
Jan has more than 10 years’ experience installing solvent and aqueous large format printers with most of the popular proofing and production RIP software. So when it comes to achieving accurate repeatable colour, he has the experience to help you get the same.
His talk awill include a practical session using the VG540, Versaworks and ColorGate Rips and be based around the following topics. Rip settings for images and graphics. Files settings for Adobe. Media profile choices and the effects on output quality with demo printing. Ink saving – how to save ink. Printer process control with ColorGate and the i1Pro2 – practical demo.
Our keynote: Dave Birss in action
Who’ll be there?…
#ACPMEConf18 will bring creative and print managers together from across the UK to discuss and debate how to evolve, diversify and embrace new technologies to be relevant and meet the future needs of their institutions.
Members will share knowledge of their own successes, developments and plans – so every delegate feels supported and aware of opportunities. We’ll be inspired by motivational speakers, hear from leading industry-specific speakers and learn what suppliers have in the pipeline to ensure we innovate, develop and thrive.
There will also be the following suppliers presenting products that are relevant to and tailored towards the FE and HE environment: Pinfold Promotions, Konica Minolta, GMG Colour, Sharp Business Systems, Riso, HP, EBB (Elliott Baxter), EFI, Antalis, W&G Baird, Morgana, Watkiss, Canon, Opus/Dayfold, ePrint, PDC Presentation Solutions, Ashgrove, ATI, Ricoh and Very Displays.
Don’t miss out. Book your place today.
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