VMA launches Power of Print Summit

The Visual Media Association (VMA) launched its fourth P.o.P (Power of Print) Summit, a forum for members and industry to build better business skills and gain insights for their organisations.

With numerous IR legislative changes being implemented, Charles Watson, GM – IR, Policy and Governance of the VMA, will talk to common areas employers seek on how to navigate reforms.

“The significance of HR/IR updates cannot be overstated. In the dynamic terrain of employment laws, businesses must view continuous updates as a strategic imperative. Staying ahead of changes ensures a proactive approach, steering clear of potential pitfalls and fostering a harmonious, compliant, and high-functioning workforce,” commented Watson.

Over eight weeks the Webinar Series will host expert professionals across mental wellbeing, executive leadership, sustainability and more. Registration includes access to each week’s recorded webinar, and a digital Class Notes, which highlight each presentation’s key insights. At the end of the Series all registrants receive a printed copy of the Class Notes for reference.

Kellie Northwood, CEO, VMA, spoke on the significance of the Series. “The Visual Media Association’s continued investment in the Power of Print Summit is offering a platform for our industry to gain insight to best practices for their businesses in an ever- evolving landscape. P.o.P provides invaluable tools for business success and wouldn’t be made possible without our sponsors Ricoh and Media Super.”

Next week’s speaker is Steven Gamble, founder of Anchor Man. He will discuss how mental health should be prioritised as physical health. Gamble will focus on tangible ways to achieve mental wellness and discuss how leaders, managers, employees, and the industry can continue to manage their mental health in a fast-paced era.

For further information and registration details, please visit the P.o.P (Power of Print) Summit Webinar Series 2024 registration page HERE.

Comment below to have your say on this story.

If you have a news story or tip-off, get in touch at editorial@sprinter.com.au.  

Sign up to the Sprinter newsletter

Leave a comment:

Your email address will not be published. All fields are required


Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.