Konica Minolta goes platinum faster than The Beatles


St Bride Foundation had a first last week with Konica Minolta becoming a Platinum Print Heritage Partner. The partnership was announced during a reception held by the company here on Fleet Street.

Glyn Farrow, St Bride Foundation chief executive, told us: “Konica Minolta is not only enabling us to preserve the heritage of one of the world’s foremost collections of printing artefacts, but it will inspire future generations to witness first-hand this incredible well of inspiration”.

Konica Minolta understand our passion and the need to preserve the heritage of print. Neil Dingley, managing director of Konica Minolta UK speculates that: “This partnership will give more opportunities for St Bride Foundation to inspire a younger generation to visit and be inspired.”

If you would like more information on, or to become a Print Heritage Partner, please click here.


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