Registrations open for Power of Print Summit 

Leveraging the success of the Rebuild Together and Power of Print webinar series, the Print and Visual Communication Association (PVCA) has opened up registrations for its 2023 P.o.P Summit, scheduled for October 20 as a live event in Melbourne and live-streamed across A/NZ. 

Held at the Melbourne Museum’s lecture theatre, P.o.P Summit speakers will provide insights and tips, helping businesses reduce costs and improve success. 

PVCA CEO Kellie Northwood said, “As we have worked through the merge and communicated to our members over the past 12 months, we want to retain the successful programs of both organisations as well as fine-tune the programs for the benefit of our members. 

“We’re all about bringing knowledge to members to improve their business success – whether that be across insurance, migration law, energy costs or whatever else. I have said to members that we want programs that allow you to be the most successful in the industry. That is how the association can serve our industry, and the P.o.P Summit is a start in this approach.”

A speaker from Visa Solutions Australia will help to navigate the roadmap of importing skilled labour, including best practices, things to look out for and how to expedite the process efficiently. 

Barrack Broking will explore the type of insurance packages needed for businesses and how to manage premiums in 2024. 

Ball & Doggett will facilitate a session across visual media, with industry experts touching on incoming legislation, design and more.

Ricoh Australia is the Platinum Partner of the P.o.P. Summit.

Ricoh Australia general manager of sales and marketing Tina Economou said, “Ricoh believes our business is only as strong as the industry, and partnership with the industry association and members is critical to ensuring our role in building programs that deliver real benefits and outcomes for industry members who are in turn our customers. 

“Now in our second year of partnership with the PVCA, we are very proud to be deepening these sorts of programs to add value.”

Other sponsors include Australia Post, Ball & Doggett, Media Super and Sprinter.

More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks, with Northwood confirmed as an emcee. She will provide an opening update on confirmed campaigns and activities for the association’s members. 

“The last Power of Print webinar series achieved over 64,000 engagement points for the entire series, and with the strong positive feedback received, we are pleased to retain and evolve the annual series into an event. The Power of Print moving to P.o.P adds prominence to the focus of “Share the Knowledge” and will be open to all of industry to be part of a community that shares for success,” Northwood said. 

The event is free to attend, and registration is now open online, with a limit of 150 participants joining the event in Melbourne.

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