The contenders for the National Graduate of the Year Awards include two IPMG employees and three staff from regional firms.
The regional contenders are Sarah Glanville from Creed & Lang Printing, which is based in Warwick, Queensland; Teagan Woodcock from James Yeates Printing & Design, which is based in Bairnsdale, Victoria; and Shannon Potter from Express Print, which is based in Bunbury, Western Australia.
The other nominees are Brett Foran from New South Wales government department Land & Property Information; Robyn Edwards from Adelaide firm Bowden Group; and Timothy Smith from Perth business Gateway Printing.
South Australia is yet to announce its second nominee for the biennial awards.
The GAMAA-LIA Graduate of the Year will be awarded a $15,000 scholarship. One of the other graduates will be chosen as the winner of the LIA-PIAA Future Leaders Award and receive an all-expenses paid trip to Ipex 2014.
The winners will be announced at the NSW PICAs on 6 December. Click here for more information.
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