Print Image Network is once again exhibiting at the annual AEA Conference in Blackpool, 2 -5th February 2020. As a leading provider of electoral print solutions, we have supported the Conference and the AEA for many years. Once again will be on hand to offer help and advice to electoral administrators from councils across the UK on all aspects of electoral print and mail.
The agenda promises a full schedule including fringe events, plenary sessions, and workshops, not to mention the exhibition where we will be meeting delegates and customers at Stand 3 from Sunday afternoon.
Providing no fewer than 80 councils across the UK with electoral print solutions, we still have print capacity for the May polls. 2020 sees Police, Commission and Crime Commissioners elections in England and Wales, as well and local and mayoral elections – we welcome the opportunity to discuss these elections with local authority delegates attending the event.
With such as busy year last year and so many potential changes in 2020, we will be on hand to talk to delegates about how they found 2019, plus how we can help support them through 2020 changes concerning their print and mail requirements.
On the customer service front, we have recently (January 2020), achieved another year’s compliance for the Cabinet Office’s Customer Service Excellence Standard. A big factor in our success is our staff, which year-on-year is praised for the way we support electoral administrators through election periods. Throughout Conference, every member of our account management team will visit The Grand to speak with customers and other delegates. We have a growing team of experienced account managers that help councils through busy, and sometimes complex, election and canvass periods. You can see some of the wonderful comments we received following the 2019 elections by downloading our Customer Survey results from last year>>
We have lots to discuss, so please feel free to come along and speak with the team at Stand 3. You can enter our chocolate hamper competition and you could win a Waitrose Hamper which is our raffle prize at the Annual Dinner. We look forward to seeing you at Conference!
The UK will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June 2016. With the EU campaign already underway, Print Image Network is already scheduling electoral printing requirements for local authorities across the UK, following the announcement.
If you work in electoral services and want to discuss your postal vote, poll card or ballot paper printing requirements for June, please contact us today or come and see us at the AEA Conference & Exhibition.
Print Image Network Ltd, one of the UK’s leading providers of electoral print and mail services, will once again be joining local authorities and industry experts from across the country, at the Annual Conference for the Association of Electoral Administrators, 28 February – 2 March 2015. The specialist electoral printing company will attend as both a conference delegate and exhibitor, showcasing products at Stand 3 throughout the four-day event.
With a strong heritage in electoral services including the design, print, fulfilment and postage of IER canvass materials, poll cards, postal voting packs and ballot papers, Print Image Network is one of the best-placed specialists in the country to handle issues due to be discussed at the event.
The ‘Together We Are Strong’ theme will see industry experts discuss the key issues for this year. Issues including Individual Electoral Registration, EU Referendum, Overseas Electors, preparations for the 2016 elections and electoral law.
John Foster, Managing Director of Print Image Network said of the forthcoming conference “2016 will be another crucial year for electoral administration. The Police and Crime Commissioner, London Mayoral, London Assembly, Scottish Parliament, Northern Ireland, Welsh Assembly and local elections, plus the possibility of an EU Referendum has meant that local authorities and electoral print and mail suppliers have had to work even closer with council customers, to ensure schedules are in place for May and thereafter.”
Services Director, Stephen Power added “The AEA Conference and Exhibition is the one event of the year where we get to talk to customers and other industry experts. In a period of so much change it is good to discuss and plan issues that are likely to arise over the next year and to subsequently work with councils to address them.”
The Association of Electoral Administrators Conference is being held 28 February - 2 March 2016 at the Blackpool Hilton Hotel. Visit Print Image Network at Stand 3.