Concessional loans, cash grants for fire-hit businesses
Small businesses hit either through asset or revenue loss from the bushfires are urged to apply
Looks into his crystal globe and talks about how these movements can be used to grow business12 hours ago | by Hafizah Osman
Inaugural event is being launched by the Australian Sign and Graphics Association and FESPA Australia20 hours ago | by Sheree Young
Higher productivity and a lift in mental health among Foxcil staff expected during the trial21 hours ago | by Sheree Young
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EFI’s Nick Benkovich identifies new software developments at Connect21 hours ago | by Hafizah Osman
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There is not enough visibility of women that are doing amazing things in the printing industry and that is something that they should take control of. It’s not about getting a seat at a man’s table, it’s about creating our own table. [Women] have to be their own power source.
With many commercial print enterprises now running digital print lines as an auxiliary to their main offset business, questions of efficiencies in other areas loom large – particularly in the bindery.
I remain forever amused that the ATO, sent a print postcard in 2014 with a cartoon dinosaur on the front and a statement ‘Print is Extinct’.
Once known as the ‘go to guys’ for high-end quality digital print in Sydney, Carbon8 has grown up and out having moved to bigger premises
University of Southern Queensland’s print house invested in the country’s fastest B2 digital inkjet device in October
Deborah Corn has given back to the printing industry on more than one occasion