Best wishes as the year that was wraps up

As the team at Australian Printer, ProPrint and wraps up for 2020, we’d like to thank all our readers, supporters and partners for your interest, engagement and support during what has been a truly extraordinary and challenging year.

The pandemic has thrown huge challenges at the printing industry and it has been constantly amazing and inspiring to see so many businesses survive and in some cases thrive despite the difficulties.

Despite the challenges of the year, we here at Printer Media Group are proud that we didn’t miss a beat with our magazine production and newsletter sends.

We were even able to host a physical event to celebrate the 2020 Power 50 and Emerging 50 in Sydney with 80 people in attendance and many others viewing the event virtually.

Australian Printer also turned 70 and celebrated this significant milestone with a number of commemorative stories and reflections in its editions throughout the year.

Like everyone else, we at the Printer Media Group are looking forward to a break at the end of the year to reflect on 2020 and reset for 2021.

We’ll be taking a well-deserved break until January 13 but you’ll still be receiving a twice weekly newsletter until then which will recap some of our features of the year as well as a roundup of the most significant mergers and acquisitions, business pivots and new product highlights.

In the meantime we wish you a safe and restful festive season and a smooth, successful, productive and stress-free 2021.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at team PMG – James Wells, Hafizah Osman, Carmen Ciappara, Carrie Tony and Sheree Young.

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