Experience Düsseldorf at the drupa Review Dinners in Sydney and Melbourne

Visual Connections, in partnership with the FPLMA, LIA, and Visual Media Association, will host two drupa Review Dinners in Sydney and Melbourne, covering the highlights from drupa 2024.

Sponsored by Currie Group and HP, the dinners will introduce the industry’s future direction and latest trends. The Visual Connections team, Sarah Moore in Sydney and Robyn Frampton in Melbourne, will present, along with video highlights from the show.

In addition, Industry professionals will share their experience of drupa. In Sydney, Benn Murphy of Clarke Murphy Print and Pranil Chandra from Next Printing will present, while in Melbourne, speakers include Heath Nankervis from Southern Impact, Andrew Crump from Peacock, and Tom Eckersley from Eckersley Print Group.

The dinners will also feature the presentations of the NSW and Victorian LIA Graduate of the Year Awards, providing an opportunity to meet and celebrate the industry’s future leaders.

“drupa is unquestionably the world’s most important show for print, labels, packaging, and much more, and we know that the directions set by vendors will drive trends and technologies for the next four years,” says Sarah Moore, general manager – Visual Connections.

“We are delighted to be bringing a bit of drupa back to Australia and are looking forward to presenting some of the show highlights, and to the discussions and conversations which will inevitably flow from that, as we look forward to the next chapter for our sector.

“These events will also provide a great chance for industry professionals to encourage the next generation by helping to celebrate with this year’s top graduates, and of course to network with industry friends and colleagues.”

Guests will experience a true ‘taste’ of Düsseldorf and enjoy authentic German cuisine at The Bavarian at World Square in Sydney and Munich Brauhaus at South Wharf in Melbourne. Tickets are $99 per person, plus drinks at bar prices.

“We know that the environment is challenging at the moment, so we have deliberately made this a ‘not for profit’ event that is designed specifically to pass on knowledge and insights from what is unquestionably the world’s most important show for print, labels, packaging, and more,” Moore adds.

Seats are limited. To reserve your place, click here.

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