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100 free tickets to LIA’s Sydney conference

Wednesday, 11 July 2001
By Print 21 Online Article

The day registration tickets will be given out by member companies to their customers with the intention of encouraging attendance from a broad section of the industry.

CHALLENGE 21 Chairman Bob Lamont said, “This current initiative known as ‘The Grass Roots Scheme’, will provide real encouragement to a large group of young practioners and enable them to hear first hand some of the most authorative speakers ever brought together at a local industry conference. At the heart of the scheme is the desire of both the LIA and GAMAA to put something back into the industry they both serve.”

The distribution of ‘Grass Roots ‘registrations will begin in August with all completed registrations returned by the end of September.

GAMAA President Angus Scott said, “We believe that the scope and content of CHALLENGE 21 provides an ideal vehicle for the increase of knowledge and an understanding of the challenges and opportunities that will face the industry in the future.”

The LIA (Lithographic Institute of Australia) is recognised as the most technically oriented association in the printing industry. It membership is drawn in large part from trades people or from management who began on the work floor.

A list of speakers for CHALLENGE 21 has yet to be announced. GAMAA members can be contacted through the association at

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