Sign & Display

HP ANZ vice president and managing director Mike Boyle is taking a new role, becoming HP's global head of large format go-to-market. He will be one of the few Aussies to have global leadership positions in print.

Industry materials supplier HVG’s CEO Bruce Rayment is among the riders competing in the Noosa Classics cycle ride this weekend, organised by Print21 owner Yaffa Media.

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions launched its next generation paint protection film, Supreme PPF Xtreme, designed specially for the harsh climate down under.

Aussie and Kiwi sign and display printers looking to benchmark themselves against their peers around the rest of the world can now enter the 2023 Fespa Awards.

WA-based Beyond Solutions has become the latest printer to invest in the Dimense one-pass print and emboss systems, and will use it to produce custom wall graphics.

Spending on outdoor media is bouncing back, but print’s share of the pie continues to decline as digital heads towards two thirds of the market. However, in cash spent, print's revenue is surging.

Celebrating 30 years in business, Label Concepts has embarked on a new journey, into 3D wallpaper, ordering the Dimense one-pass print and emboss technology.

Ball & Doggett is partnering with Avery Dennison to help raise skill levels in the fast-growing car signage market, through workshops in Victoria, NSW and WA. There are still spots available on two of them.

Thomas Anderson has joined industry supplier Starleaton as sales executive for media and consumables in Melbourne, bringing a wealth of knowledge about sustainability solutions with him.

Out of home media is bouncing back, and is now almost at pre-pandemic levels, but print’s share continues to slide, with digital now approaching two thirds of the pie.

National business ABC Photo Signs has ordered a new EFI Pro 30h from local supplier Currie Group, with the new printer set to arrive in time for the spring real estate season.

Allclear Print + Signs has ordered a new EFI Pro 30h wide-format print system from Currie Group, and in fact, the one that is on the company’s stand at PacPrint.

Several hundred sign and display printers from around the country congratulated their peers on reaching the winners' podium at the HP Asga sign awards last night.

Fespa Australia is inviting nominations for the inaugural Fespa Future Leaders Program, a professional and personal development programme it is launching to identify and develop emerging leadership talent.

There will be more wide format print systems on show at PacPrint next week than any other type of technology, reflecting the high popularity of the sector and the opportunities for all kinds of print businesses, reports Print21 editor Wayne Robinson.


HP is showing its full range of Latex print systems, including the new Latex 700 and 800 series, with white ink; its hybrid and flatbed print systems; and its Latex 315 print-and-cut solution.