Konica Minolta has once again confirmed its support for the Australian printing industry by signing up as the gold sponsor of the 10th anniversary of the ProPrint Power 50 to be held later this year.
Konica Minolta has supported the Power 50 since its inception in 2010 and remains committed to the event which recognises printers and those actively working to improve the industry through strong leadership, a commitment to innovation and sustainability and a willingness to assist in the broad improvement of the sector as a whole.
Konica Minolta general manager industrial and production print, Sue Threlfo, says the company is delighted to be involved in the Power 50 again.
“Konica Minolta is proud to be the gold sponsor of ProPrint’s Power 50 event for the 10th consecutive year,” Threlfo told Sprinter.
“The Power 50 is a great initiative that recognises leadership and talent within the print industry.
“We are delighted to be involved again and are very much looking forward to seeing many of our customers succeed this year and be recognised in the 2020 Power 50. Congratulations James, Sheree, Carmen and the team at ProPrint for such a positive initiative for the industry.”
The Power 50 has evolved in its 10 years and is now a truly 100 per cent peer-voted award.
Each of the top 100 nominees have the opportunity to vote on who they think should make it into the Power 50. An industry judging panel also ranks each person in the top 100 to reach a final Power 50.
These votes are then extracted automatically through an online survey system and sent to an independent auditor for verification.
Once this process is completed a true and honest Power 50 list is confirmed.
Nominations will be opening soon so please start to consider who you think should be on the list. Each of the 100 nominees is invited to the event to announce the Power 50.
To check out the photographic highlights of the 2019 Power 50 and inaugural Emerging 50 click here.
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