G10 is a respected member of the print and business communities, both locally and nationally, and is proud to enjoy membership of several leading organisations dedicated to the promotion and development of those communities.
The British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF)
The BPIF is recognised as the principal business support organisation for the UK Print Industry, and as such is one of the country’s leading trade associations. It offers a complete range of advice across the entire gamut of industry-related matters, from training, technical and legal matters to marketing and finance. Its across-the-board experience means that members of the BPIF are able to offer their own clients the very best range of services against a rock-solid background of business support.
The British Association for Print And Communication (BAPC)
Originally established to promote the on-demand sector of the Print market, since its foundation in 1978 the BPAC has grown into a major presence in the business world, lending a collective voice to an industry traditionally composed of smaller companies. The BAPC is in place to help keep its members ahead of the curve in terms of technology and business advancements, lending support and advice wherever required, as well as maintaining standards of quality and practice across the industry.
Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (BCC)
Established for more than 200 years, the Birmingham Chamber is now the pre-eminent independent business voice in Birmingham and the West Midlands, offering network of contacts and support extending throughout the region and beyond. As a member of the Chamber, G10 is able to maximise its access to the Midlands business community, helping it to offer the very best service and support in turn.
The Institute of Asian Businesses (IAB)
The IAB is one of the largest bodies representing Asian businesses across the UK, promoting the interests of its membership on a national as well as international level. Membership affords G10 comprehensive access to a flourishing network of businesses and support, strengthening the company’s standing throughout the community and helping it to supply the very best services to its own client base.
The Green Bridge Supply Chain Programme
The Green Bridge Programme, established in party by Birmingham City Council and backed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is a competition-based initiative set up to assist the development of SMEs in the West Midlands. In recognition of its forward-thinking plans and dedication to further development of its business, G10 was selected by Green Bridge to receive a substantial grant, which contributed to the purchase of its Heidelberg CD74 B2 press.