The Ben Franklin Honor Society Releases Free BFHS Book of Wisdom 2020 Supplement for Industry and Students
The Ben Franklin Honor Society announced that the BFHS Book of Wisdom, published in 2019, has been expanded to include a free 2020 Supplement. The publication unleashes and preserves the experiences of BFHS inductees; some of the graphic communication industry’s leading authorities on business practices and technologies, past and present. The free supplement can be downloaded here.
The BFHS Book of Wisdom provides aspiring industry managers and students with some of the most practical and visionary ideas that have formed our present industry. The BFHS Book of Wisdom 2020 Supplement, which includes essays by BFHS industry authorities Sid Chadwick, Jack W. Stoughton, Jr., Larry Wilson, and Frank Woods, provides key insight and lessons for success. The original 248-page printed book includes 47 essays from BFHS authorities spanning nearly all segments of the graphic communication industry.
Harvey Levenson, Cal Poly Professor Emeritus and editor of the BFHS Book of Wisdom, says, “Our plan was to publish another full book, but shutdowns and related COVID-19 developments prohibited submissions from many BFHS members as priorities changed. We were fortunate to receive four excellent essays, and wanted to get them out so readers’ can benefit from them. This also allowed keeping the original book alive as a dynamic document, maintaining the format by book designer and BFHS honoree, Marina Joyce. The book is particularly beneficial for up-and-coming industry leaders and for students studying graphic arts management.”
Copies of the 2019 printed BFHS Book of Wisdom can also be obtained by contacting June A. Crespo, Director, Affiliate Relations, PRINTING United Alliance at email@example.com / 412-259-1778. With a donation of $50 per book, all proceeds go to BFHS student scholarships.
About The Ben Franklin Honor Society
The Ben Franklin Honor Society recognizes and honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the advancement and betterment of the printing and graphic communication industry through meritorious service. The BFHS members are a reservoir of past and present industry knowledge. These individuals may come from the PRINTING United Alliance, its affiliates, other industry associations, printers, and all other segments of the industry. The society encourages its members to share their experience and knowledge with younger individuals in the industry through mentoring, speaking engagements, and/or other methods.