PacPrint business workshops return

PacPrint business workshops return
PacPrint business improvement workshops will run throughout the four-day event

This year the PacPrint Business Improvement Workshops will be held again covering several topics for business owners and key personnel.

Adrian Fleming, chair at PacPrint says, “The PacPrint Business Improvement Workshops were introduced in 2013 and have proven to be a valuable complement to the already popular PacPrint Forum Series.

“While the forum sessions tackle big issues and broader topics, the workshops are designed to offer more practical, hands-on advice and assistance, in areas from new technologies and industry developments, to business practices and strategies, in small-scale, meet the expert sessions.”

Similar to the Forum Series, the workshops will have a strong future-focus, with sessions on smart sensing technologies which will provide the interface to connect advanced information technologies, printed solar panels and other functional print applications, print’s role in a digital first world, and 3D print applications.

[Related: Xeikon comes to PacPrint for first time]

During the hands-on sessions, visitors can explore how to make vital W2P platforms work to help grow business, and learn now to design for digital, making the most of today’s technologies for print applications, exploring the value and application of spectro densitometry and how to get the most out of new Corel Draw x7.

David Carter from the Packaging Council of Australia will lead a session on the industry values and best practice for this vital and growing industry sector, while other business-focused sessions will explore marketing strategies for SMEs and provide practical how to information on competitive tendering. Rounding out the program, specialists from Printing Industries will take businesses through vital areas like the national employment standards and termination of employment procedures.

Fleming says, “These educational opportunities are an integral part of PacPrint and we are excited to have such outstanding speakers and presenters providing the ideas, opinions, information and advice which can be so vital to help businesses increase their competitiveness and profitability, and make confident decisions on their future direction.”

The workshops will be free of charge for PacPrint 2017 and Visual Impact Melbourne delegates. To attend, register online on the PacPrint website. PacPrint is on next Tuesday May 23 until May 26 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. 

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