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Here at MGA Group we have been working behind the scenes for months to help create this year’s Everything’s Possible in Print (EPIP) conference.

From refreshing the event branding and logo to developing the event theme ‘The Logic and Magic of Integrated Marketing’, MGA Group was proud to be involved in producing what turned out to be a popular and enlightening event.

Yesterday our team, alongside an array of MGA clients, attended the event to watch this year’s conference come to life. Keynote speaker Rita Clifton delivered a fascinating talk and some brilliant branding insights, with other highlights including Jo Stephenson of Women in Packaging, who showcased inspiring packaging case studies, and the ever energetic and fascinating Tod Norman of Royal Mail’s MarketReach, who spoke about the value of trusting in print during uncertain times.

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The event succeeded in bringing together marketers within the print industry and showed exactly what is possible when you use print effectively as part of an integrated marketing campaign.

MGA was excited to work on the inaugural EPIP conference last year, and it is great to see the event establish itself as an essential date in the diaries of both the marketing and print industries alike.

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