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What does certification mean for the printing industry?

by Kelley-Ann Young Kong | 31/03/2023
What does certification mean for the printing industry?

FESPA’s Online Marketing Manager, Kelley-Ann Young Kong speaks to Laurel Brunner, Managing Director of Digital Dots about sustainable certifications and what they mean for the printing industry. Laurel discusses the benefits of certifications and how accreditation works.

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