Events

Learning to think differently, and to pitch new ideas constructively, were key messages at the Women in Print Breakfast Series which have been running to large numbers all month. Print21 attended the Sydney event.

LIA Victoria took part in the 25th Annual Awards Festival held by Holmesglen TAFE, providing the prize for the most outstanding third Year Apprentice in Printing Trades to Tan Pham, from Andrew Kohn.

The first in this year’s Women in Print Breakfast Series kicked off in Brisbane yesterday, with Melbourne happening this morning, and three more capital city events set for next week.

The expertise of Starleaton in print and other sectors will be on show at PacPrint, where it says printers are set to benefit from sustainable solutions that are world’s best practice in advanced manufacturing.

The industry's big print show PacPrint will open its doors in just two months' time, with Melbourne set to welcome several thousand print business owners and managers for the first time in five years. Long-time exhibitors will be joined by some new names.

Registration is open for the 2022 Women in Print Breakfast Series, with patrons across the country expecting good numbers for the event, which takes place in five capital cities over the next two weeks.

Visitors to PacPrint are invited to unlock the mystery of the sales process, at a special PacPrint Forum session from The Sales Coach, Greg Donlan on Wednesday 29 June at 3.30pm.

Currie Group will take the largest stand at PacPrint, will show a host of new technologies, and will unveil its new corporate look to reflect the transformation of the business under new CEO Rob Mesaros.

Inkjet print solutions developer Agfa is offering free tickets to Fespa for Aussies and Kiwis planning on going to the show, saving them the normal entry fee of €80. The tickets are available to all printers, whether or not they are current Agfa customers.

Hobart operation Focal Print took out the Grand Diemen for Print in Tasmania’s 8th annual Diemen Awards, Mercury Walch won a host of gongs, and Flying Colours' Craig Pearce received a special presentation for services to print over many years in the Apple Isle.

PacPrint wil open its doors for the industry's first expo for three years in June. Robyn Frampton looks at the advantages of in-person trade shows, and it turns out, they are considerable.

The biggest hall at drupa site Messe Dusseldorf has been converted into a temporary accommodation centre for Ukrainians fleeing Vladimir Putin’s murderous invasion of their country.

The popular PacPrint Forum Series is set to return to PacPrint, offering a wide range of sessions to add extra value to the show for visitors keen to ‘review, rebuild and reconnect’ in a post-pandemic world.

Real Media Collective’s Awards programme, the Real Media Awards, is returning to its major Gala event, and merging 2021 and 2022 years into one event slated for September.

The annual FPLMA charity golf day is back next month in Sydney, and this year all funds raised will go to Westmead Children’s Neurology & Neurosurgery Department.


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