Women in Print and the Australian Sign and Graphics Association (ASGA) have partnered to broaden the former’s diversity and inclusion program into the signage industry sector.
“Our industry is far-reaching and women across the signage sector can also benefit from the inclusivity, learning, knowledge sharing and network Women in Print offers. We welcome all women from the sign and graphics industry to the Women in Print community, an opportunity to broaden the support and development pathways for all of industry,” Women in Print honorary secretary Kellie Northwood said.
ASGA will join support Women in Print partners Print & Visual Communication Association (PVCA) and Media Super with Cactus Imaging and Ricoh Australia coming in as platinum partners this year as well.
“The ASGA supports the important role Women in Print plays across our industry, and is an empowering support network for the women across our industry. ASGA is delighted to be partnering with such an organisation and encourages all women across our industry to register and attend the Breakfast Series,” ASGA president Mick Harrold said.
The Women in Print Breakfast Series 2023 will be held across six different states in May, and individual tickets are now available for purchase, along with group table bookings.
Women In Print is calling out to all women across the industry to support the series in their states and to take advantage of the informative, empowering and fun event, while also embracing the opportunity to network and meet industry peers.
“Women in Print is an established community and the networking and knowledge from previous Breakfast events has been impressive. This year will be no different, and I excited to have new skills and insights passed onto our Women in Print community in May,” Northwood said.
The keynote for the 2023 Breakfast Series will be delivered by Danielle Dobson, a speaker, author, facilitator and mother with extensive corporate experience, who will explore her book, Breaking The Gender Code.
Dobson will explore inherent gender biases that maintain outdated stereotypes and prevent women from achieving their dreams and success in work and life.
BREAKFAST SERIES DETAILS
- Sydney, 16 May – Waterview in Bicentennial Park, Bicentennial Dr, Sydney Olympic Park NSW
- Melbourne, 17 May – Leonda By The Yarra, 2 Wallen Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia
- Brisbane, 18 May 2023 – VENUE TBC
- Adelaide, 23 May 2023 – Veale Gardens cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road Adelaide SA 5000
- Perth, 24 May – VENUE TBC
- Hobart, 30 May – VENUE TBC
- $75 (WA, QLD, TAS, & SA)
- $80 (VIC & NSW)
Sydney and Melbourne tickets are now open with registration for all other states via email@example.com
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