The first webinar will focus on how printing companies can access clean technology grants, it will be held on April 19. The next webinar in the series will focus on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).
Joe Kowalewski, national director for communications and marketing, Printing Industries says, “The 30 minute webinar would be the first of a regular webinar programme for Printing Industries members covering a wide range of business topics.”
Kowalewski says, “This marks the beginning of a new approach to bringing our members relevant and up to date information and, via our webinar series, an interactive way allowing participation without having to leave their premises.”
“It will also provide an outreach programme for members in country areas unable to travel to our offices or city venues where many of our information sessions are held. Good communication and access to usable information on a regular basis is important to all businesses and our new webinar series is part of the communications mix being developed to meet this need.”
The clean technology webinar will be presented by Chris Hay, managing director of Mojarra, a company that provides cost saving, energy efficiency and carbon reduction services to a range of SME and major corporates including News Limited, Coles, Woolworths, Commonwealth Bank and Caterpillar.
It will be focused on grants available through the federal government funded Clean Technology Programme (CTIP), and $800m competitive, merit based programme supporting Australian manufacturers to maintain competitiveness in a carbon constrained economy.
Topics covered in the webinar include:
Are you eligible for a CTIP grant? What upgrades and projects are covered in the scheme?
How it works and the process
Criteria for eligibility – the advantage of having base line date, being seen as green
A change of Federal Government – what would it mean to the program?
How to get started
To learn more about the webinar visit www.printnet.com.au
Registrants will receive log in details for the webinar next week, and participants will need access to a computer with internet access, speakers or a telephone.
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