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Thursday, 21 September 2006
By Print21

It’s a busy week in printing town in lead up to long weekends in ACT, NSW, SA and WA.

  • The LIA Plant Tour of CDM Print is on 26th September.

    A must for all who want to see first hand the impact that digital printing is having on the market. See the calendar for more information.

  • Printing Industries host Costing & Estimating for Printers at their national office in Sydney.

    The course, starting on September 25thwill provide you with the skills required for accurate and competitive quotations. See the calendar for more information.

  • The first of the Printing & Imaging Training Seminars will be held in New Zealand this week.

    David Harradine provides two days of training on Photoshop and Digital Photography. Check the calendar for more information on the events in Wellington and Sydney.

  • SGIA ‘06 takes over the Las Vegas Convention Centre from September 26th.

    The international expo and conference for those in specialty graphics imagin promises to be a highlight on the calendar. Check out the calendar for more information.

  • DES presentDigital Inkjet Output for Photographers.

    It’s Melbourne’s turn on September 26th as the social seminar heads to the Victorian College of Arts to show you how to best use inkjet technology in the creative market. Check the calendar for more information.

  • Printing Industries present Occupational Health & Safet for Small Business.

    This free seminar will be held for the WA audience on September 26th and 28th. See the calendar for more information.

  • AMDA: Trigger Based Marketing.

    In Melbourne on September 26th ADMA will hold a seminar for you to learn how to use trigger based marketing to improve your acticities. See the calendar for more information.

  • Digital Assett Management is the key for improving your productivity.

    GASAA is touring the country with this message, providing a free seminar on how to utilise DAM in your business. Sydney will have their opportunity on September 27th and Melbourne gets their chance on the 28th.

    With the long weekend comes the football finals, so expect beers, cheers and jeers to be flowing throughout next week.

    If you have an industry event that needs to be added to the Print21 calendar, email me at Shaun Hellyer.

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