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Want to print for the Qld Government?

Wednesday, 01 November 2017
By Graham Osborne

Queensland has invited printers to two industry feedback sessions next week to discuss government contract opportunities over the next two years.

Government printing remains a lucrative sector of the industry and Queensland’s government has reinforced its commitment to print in the lead-up to this month’s state election.

“Queensland Government Procurement (QGP), Department of Housing and Public Works would like to invite organisations with the capacity to provide print services to the Queensland Government, to provide feedback on the delivery of print services to Queensland Government now and into the future,” according to a notice on the government’s QTenders website.

Two sessions will be held on 8th November and a live stream of the events will also be available. Registrations close this Friday.

Queensland Government Print Industry Feedback Session

Topics for discussion

  • What’s working well (and what’s not) with the current engagement with Queensland Government
  • Key challenges to the industry, now and going forward
  • Key opportunities across the industry in the next 24 months
  • Ideas on appropriate engagement model going forward
  • Delivery of service in regional centres

When and where

Two facilitated sessions will be conducted on 8 November 2017 at the Auditorium, 111 George Street, Brisbane at 10:00am and 2:00pm. You can attend in person or participate in a live stream.

Registration for the event is being managed through Eventbrite. Click on the links below to register. Registrations close 1:00pm, Friday 3 November.

To register your interest to attend in person, click here.

To register your interest to participate in a live stream, click here.

Use the password PRINT to access the registration page. Any queries should be directed to marketing.qgp@hpw.qld.gov.au

 

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