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The Printing Charity announces guest speaker

A leading figure in the media has been announced as this year’s guest speaker for The Printing Charity’s Annual Luncheon.

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Sir Peter Bazalgette, non-executive chair at ITV

The lunch is due to take place on November 14th at Stationers’ Hall in London and will see industry members come together to network and dine in a historic setting.

Joining the celebrations for the organisation’s 192nd luncheon, Sir Peter Bazalgette, non-executive chair of ITV, will provide insight and anecdotes from his established career in media and the creative arts.

A non-executive board member of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Bazalgette serves on the advisory boards of global advertising agency, Bartle Bogle Hegarty and YouGov.

The media veteran is also chair of the Baillie Gifford Non-Fiction Book Prize Trustees and the president of the Crossness Engines Trust.

Sir Peter is incredibly engaging, and we are looking forward to hearing his highlights from a stellar career in television, the creative arts, and as an author

During his role as chief creative officer of Endemol, Bazalgette devised several internationally successful TV formats such as Ready Steady Cook and Changing Rooms.

As well as being insightful and interesting, Neil Lovell, The Printing Charity’s chief executive, is looking forward to the expertise in moving with change to keep an industry afloat Bazalgette could offer.

Lovell says: “Sir Peter is incredibly engaging, and we are looking forward to hearing his highlights from a stellar career in television, the creative arts, and as an author. He knows all too well how sectors need to adapt to change so I think we will gain some great insights, too.”

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