CEO luncheon attracts leading print industry personality

September 30, 2011 by  

Internationally-renowned innovation expert Professor Goran Roos will be the key note speaker at the Printing Industries CEO Luncheon to be held at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. [Read more]

Adelaide printers learn how to avoid injury

September 29, 2011 by  

Musculoskeletal injuries such as sprains and strains make up a lot of reported injuries in the printing industry. With that in mind, the Printing Industries Association of Australia is presenting one-day training programmes in various Australian cities during September and October. The first programme recently took place in Adelaide; the course turned out to be [Read more]

Unmask a cure for MS

September 28, 2011 by  

Mayor Cr. Diana Asmar of Darebin is hosting her annual Mayoral Fund Raising Ball on October 29; the event will take place at Stars International Reception Centre in Preston. This year’s theme will be Unmask a Cure for MS. Drawing enough people to charity events can often be difficult but with the proper promotion it can be made to appear like [Read more]

Creative3 Forum returns to Brisbane

September 27, 2011 by  

The 2011 Creative3 Forum will take place in Brisbane from October 26 -28. Creative3 represents the three most important aspects of the creative industries; creativity, investment and enterprise. First impressions are always important in doing business dealings; you have to put your best foot forward in order to win new business, and it is in the best interest of those in [Read more]

WWF Australia unveils new FSC advertising campaign

September 26, 2011 by  

WWF Australia has launched a new campaign promoting the use of paper that is FSC certified. This new campaign follows on from its controversial 2010 ‘unprintable PDF’ campaign which urged the public to "Save as WWF, Save a Tree". However, this move concerned some print companies across the country, which saw its core message as suggesting that the paper and print industry were responsible for deforestation. [Read more]

Branding sets you apart

September 26, 2011 by  

Branding has been defined as the practice of creating a name or design that sets your product apart from the others. Ideally you want people to think of your company when they need a product or a service, or as in the case of cities, a place to do business. Printing companies can help you develop your unique brand by providing you with such promotional services such as business card printing , brochures, flyers and posters. [Read more]

PICA Victoria chooses the best

September 25, 2011 by  

The Printing Industries Craftsman Awards (PICA) for Victoria will be presented on November 4, 2011; the awards presentation dinner will take place at Sofitel Melbourne. Those in the printing industry from all over the state of Victoria, including those in Dandenong, were eligible to [Read more]

It’s all about the customer

September 25, 2011 by  

Anyone who understands business will tell you that the most important aspect of doing business is the customer; the old adage “the customer is always right” is as true now as it has ever been. Regardless of what business you are in you need customers to help you to survive, especially in [Read more]

The importance brochure printing in your business plan

September 24, 2011 by  

One of the first things you should do when starting a business is to formulate and design a business plan to follow. According to the Women’s Network Australia, only 10% of new businesses plan for where they wish to go. To help address this, the latest WNA business networking luncheon will be on that very topic. As with all WNA networking luncheons, members are allowed to leave promotional materials on the chairs of those who will attend. Brochure printers can work with you to design a product that will jump right out at those who see them. [Read more]

EskoArtwork to demonstrate new products at Fespa Asia

September 23, 2011 by  

EskoArtwork will unveil its Kongsberg i-XP24, the world’s fastest digital printing table – designed for digital display and sign applications at Fespa Asia this October. Visitors will see a demonstration of this plus some of its other innovative products including it integrated workflow solution i-cut Suite and ArtiosCAD, its structural design software, all made for the design of sign and displays. Jean-Pierre De Moor, vice president Asia Pacific and Japan for EskoArtwork commented: [Read more]

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