Women in Print launches Patron Panel event
Women in Print is settling into its new home, with the organisation announcing a date for its first Patron Panel event, a webinar discussion with the Patrons from each state, which will be held on Thursday afternoon.
Slated to take place 27 August at 4pm all women across the industry are welcome to join. The first Patrons Panel event will be available to listen to live, or by downloading the recorded webinar discussion. To register go to womeninprint.com.au or follow the social channels – LinkedIn and Instagram – @womeninprintaus.
Recently registering as an independent entity, Women in Print includes all Patrons – Susan Heaney (QLD), Sandy Aspinall (SA), Natalie Taylor (NSW), Kirsten Taylor (VIC), Marisa Symrneos (SA) and Lisa Blachut (WA) – who will make themselves available to talk about the new vision for Women in Print.
Kellie Northwood, CEO, The Real Media Collective, will facilitate the panel discussion and is excited to leave no stone unturned in the discussion. “I know all these ladies well and have a few gems to throw out there to keep the discussion lively. It is a great start and a refreshing opportunity as we move through the pandemic recovery period to focus on the year ahead of us and what we need from each other to thrive rather than simply survive,” Northwood said.
The Panel will be exploring the four key pillars – community, knowledge, network, and support. What these mean and how the women in print community can add to their experience and value of the organisation. There is rumour there may be some major announcements also as the Women in Print brand refresh has created a lot of conversation, renewed passion and engagement.
“I want to thank our sponsors over the years for their commitment and passion, we are still working with finalising our support partners and will definitely be highlighting the sponsors that have agreed to sign on at our first Patron Panel event, as well as some new announcements which include opportunities for us all. This is such a vibrant community movement, every day since the launch we’ve received feedback and ideas. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have the women in print community so engaged. It’s a wonderful start,” Northwood said.