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SeminarMay 14 2014Business mergers and acquisitions are not just for the big players. They are for forwarding thinking businesses of all sizes that aspire to grow and improve profitability. This webinar will be presented by Richard Rasmussen who is the Director of Ascent Partners.More info
AwardMay 23 2014 - SydneyThe 31st National Print Awards will be staged at The Westin Sydney on Friday 23 May 2014. The Westin is located in the heart of Sydney, next to bustling Martin Place. A 15-minute walk from both Darling Harbour and Chinatown, the Westin is also close to several major car parks. Pre-dinner drinks from 7pm for...More info
AwardMay 23 2014 - AucklandPride in Print Awards are the premiere recognition of excellence in the New Zealand printing industry . And the nAwards dinner is a greaat party. Be there or miss out.More info
AwardNovember 2014 TBAThe Packaging Council of Australia (PCA) is on the hunt to recognise and celebrate companies who are imaginative, innovative and creative in producing packaging of a high standard. The PCA calls on all brand owners, designers, retailers, manufacturers and raw material suppliers to enter their packaging creations. Participating in the Awards has assisted companies launch...More info
- Nov 14 2014 - Shanghai ChinaThe 5th China International Exhibition for All Printing Technology and Equipment (All in Print China 2014) - one of the most influential exhibition on printing and packaging in Asia, will be held in Shanghai New International Expo Center, China during November 14 to 17. Following the Ipex challenges, it will be interesting to see if the supplier industry in China is able to support a major Asian show.More info