HP has thrown its support behind the ProPrint Power 50 – which recognises the printing industry’s leaders and innovators – by signing on as silver sponsor of the event which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.
The Power 50 would not be possible without industry support from companies like HP and our enduring gold sponsor Konica Minolta and bronze sponsor, printIQ.
HP Australia & New Zealand managing director, Mike Boyle, said the company is proud to support an initiative that celebrates the industry.
“HP is proud to be sponsoring the 2020 Power 50,” Boyle told Sprinter.
“The Power 50 initiative is a wonderful celebration of the wealth of talent and strong leadership across the entire print industry, and we’re looking forward to seeing our customers and partners succeed and be recognised in this year’s awards.”
Nominations for the 2020 Power 50 have now closed and judging – which is open to all 100 nominees – is set to close on Friday October 16.
Each nominee would have been sent a link to judge this peer-voted award.
Once the judging is complete the raw data will be sent to PKF Australia auditors for final count and assessment.
The Emerging 50 is also again running alongside the Power 50. This initiative recognises the rising stars of print and is designed to celebrate those that are performing strongly with with five years and under industry experience in any part of print.
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