Visual Impact Sydney will include a series of Breakfast Seminars across all three days of the show, with a sit down breakfast provided for attendees.
The sessions speakers are Kellie Northwood, executive director, TSA; Brendon Cook, CEO, oOh!media; and James Scotland, business facilitator, emerging supply chains, AI Group.
Northwood is hosting the Wednesday session, titled Industry Associations – the future and the rise of the real. Her talk will present the year ahead for the Australasian Catalogue Association, Australasian Paper Industry Association, and TSA Limited.
The Thursday session, hosted by Cook, is titled XL’ing in Wide Format. The talk will examine what digital technology changes in outdoor advertising will mean for print service providers, while looking at opportunities available through the strategic employment of data. Cook will also provide an update on the latest digital strategy for the company.
The final session is hosted by Scotland, and titled The Five of the Future – Five specific steps to prepare your business for a sustainable future in the Digital Economy. Scotland will provide examples of current major changes in the Australian economy. The talk will also look at integrated supply chains, blockchain technology, and modern day marketing.
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