‘CREATIVE CLIMATES’ VIRTUAL EVENT
Our first virtual event ‘Creative Climates’ was a success and enjoyed by many.
We promised first class speakers. ✅
We promised we’d cover design, photography, and print. ✅
We promised opportunities to engage with suppliers. ✅
We promised networking with members in break-out discussions. ✅
We made the content available as a Vimeo showcase in convenient chunks. ✅
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WE BROUGHT YOU FIRST-CLASS SPEAKERS
This gallery shows a handful of screenshots from our professional speakers
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Professional speakers we’ve had at previous conferences and new faces covered ‘Positivity in a Pandemic’ (Billy Dixon, Professional speaker / Image consultant), ‘Positive thoughts for uncertain times’ (Chelsie Marshall, Scottish Association for Mental Health), ‘Looking Good in a Virtual World’ (Carol Hartfree, Imaging Specialist, Panasonic Lumix), ‘What’s Hot in Photoshop and Creative Cloud’ (Tony Harmer, The Work Smarter, Not Harder Dojo at Wizardry Ltd) and ‘Working in the new normal: Its life, Jim, but not as we know it’ (Tejal Fatania, Senior Fellow, University of Warwick).
From new skills in creative software, to presenting yourself better in online meetings, to silencing negative self-talk – we’re sure you took plenty away from these engaging talks.
WE BROUGHT YOU LIGHTNING TALKS FROM ACPME MEMBERS
‘Getting Creative in a Crisis’
We heard Lightning Talks from four ACPME members of how they have adapted their services during the pandemic.
Dene Fletcher (University of Reading) explained how Creative and Print Services supported the university and contributed to safe ways of working across their campuses, demonstrating huge savings with in-house large format print and installation.
Andrew Brockbank (Oxford Brookes University) told us how Brookes Print grasped an opportunity to utilise its online shop (DSF) to create a stationery click & collect service following the closure of a store on their main campus.
Helen Clarke (Loughborough University) told us how she diversified services, providing PPE provision, signage, processing almost double the normal of parcels per day – including contactless covid-secure 24 hr lockers, flexing job descriptions and taking the opportunity to rewrite business plans, draft strategies and propose an overhaul of their financial model to define long-term security.
WE CELEBRATED YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS THROUGH THE PANDEMIC
ACPME COVID-19 Special Awards
These awards recognised achievements in adversity by whole teams, by individual members of staff and the amazing efforts our valued suppliers have made to support us during the global pandemic.
For more details see the Awards page.
LIVELY DISCUSSION GROUP, ‘SEAMLESS’ PRESENTING AND BUSY SOCIAL MEDIA
We think our first online conference went really well.
Bob Neubauer (Editor, In-plant Impressions) commented it was “better than many virtual conferences I’ve seen. The transition between recorded and live content was seamless, and it was great to have the chance to see and talk with others in the Zoom breakouts.” He wasted no time writing this article for his magazine.
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THANK YOU TO OUR VIRTUAL EVENT SPONSORS
The event main sponsors put on a great show
As well as chatting to members in their virtual booths, the event main sponsors presented during the day.
We enjoyed presentations from Printvision, Konica Minolta and Ricoh UK / Apex Supply Chain Technologies in the morning, then Xerox UK, HP, Kyocera and Canon UK after lunch.
Find out more
To discuss membership, sponsorship opportunities or annual conference please contact
Jennie Mort, ACPME Administrator: 01527 893675 | email@example.com
Contact address: Seven Elms, Dark Lane, Astwood Bank, Redditch, Worcestershire B96 6HB
Or feel free to contact members of our Board
The Association of Creative and Print Managers in Education, a not for profit private company, limited by guarantee. Registered in England and Wales No. 10244428. Registered address: Seven Elms, Dark Lane, Astwood Bank, Redditch, Worcestershire B96 6HB