Cactus Imaging will host the Fespa Australia Open House next month, on Weds afternoon, 16 August, where it will showcase its recently installed 700sqm an hour Durst.

Labelexpo will see a connected Esko and X-Rite Pantone ecosystem of automated workflow, colour management, flexo platemaking, digital printing, and print inspection tools.

The first Visual Impact national wide-format show since Covid saw visitor numbers up on the pre-Covid shows, with digital print businesses and sign operations the major groups attending.

With drupa just a year away, organisers are asking Aussie and Kiwi printers to take part in an online survey, for which they will receive a free copy of the €499 drupa Global Trends Report.

Global wide format show Fespa will run next year in Amsterdam, just two months before the first drupa for eight years opens its doors, meaning ANZ printers will rack up the air miles if they go to both.

The PVCA is forming a national team to raise funds for the homeless through the Vinnies CEO Sleepout, and is calling on industry members who are participating in the event to join under the Team Print group.

The Asga WA Golf Day, held on 25 May, once again proved to be a much-appreciated gathering, with more than 80 participants attending from across the local sign, graphics and print industries.

The 2023 Women in Print Breakfast Series roadshow is on the go, with record breaking numbers attending the events which are running in capital cities around the country, including Hobart for the first time, and focusing on Breaking the Gender Code.

Connect 2023, the world's biggest print and packaging industry software conference, hosted for the first time by eProductivity Software, welcomed printers, suppliers and trade media from around the world.

Visual Impact Sydney is set to feature a Photo & Fine Art expo, showcasing the growing opportunities in digital wide-format inkjet print for the reproduction of photographic and art reproduction on a wide range of materials.

The increasingly popular Women in Print nationwide breakfast events will run next month, will include Hobart for the first time, and will feature a deep dive into gender issues.

The LIA will hold its National Awards presentations at Visual Impact next month, with the winners set to receive $15,000 in educational grants, one of the biggest prizes in any industry

Asga has joined the Women in Print Breakfast Series, to broaden the diversity and inclusion programme into the signage industry sector, with ticket sales for the events now open.

One of the printing industry’s oldest and most respected print societies, the Australian Society of Old Friends, is on an outreach and growth trajectory to increase membership.

Agfa will have four major wide-format print systems on its booth at global sign and display expo Fespa in May, and is once again offering free tickets for registered print professionals.

Women in Print has marked International Women's Day by revealing the dates of its popular annual Breakfast Series, which will be in May this year, and for the first time Hobart will be one of the locations.