Sunday, 4 December, 2022

BOSS Charity Day 2023 confirmed

The BOSS Business Supplies Charity has announced the date of its next annual Charity Day as 14 June 2023. The event – an important part of the charity’s fundraising calendar – will once again be...

Climb of Life 2022 raises more than £50,000

90 participants took part in the Climb of Life on 4 November as the UK business products industry once again went the extra mile to raise funds for the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR). While...

More details of BOSS Leaders of the Future conference

UK trade association BOSS has announced that the keynote speaker at its forthcoming Leaders of the Future conference (LOTF) will be Leanne Spencer. Spencer is a speaker and author with more than ten years’ experience...

Dochelli named 2024 Spirit of Life honouree

Essendant President Harry Dochelli has been confirmed as the City of Hope 2024 Spirit of Life Honouree. Dochelli has been involved in the office products industry since 1987, when he joined Boise Cascade Office Products....

BOSS urges members to complete government energy survey

The BOSS Federation is asking its members to fill out a UK government survey in relation to the Energy Bill Relief Scheme. The trade association has been contacted by the Department for Business, Energy and...

NBPI presents massive cheque to City of Hope

The National Business Products Industry (NBPI) has raised more than $16 million in the past year for City of Hope. A cheque of $16.3 million was presented to the cancer research and care organisation at...

Cheshire steps down as BOSS Charity Trustee

The BOSS Business Supplies Charity – the independent charity first established in 1925 by what later became the BOSS Federation – has announced that one of its longest-serving Trustees is standing down. Edward Cheshire –...

IOPFDA announces board

BOSS Members’ Day announced for September

UK trade association BOSS is returning to the iconic Stationers’ Hall in London for its annual Members’ Day this September. The venue has recently reopened after a £7.5 million ($9.4 million) refurbishment project and will...

Big Read