The Sydney leg of the Women in Print breakfast was held this morning at the Establishment Ballroom, with Bernadette Schwerdt, as the morning’s guest speaker.
Starting the day off Karen Goldsmith, general manager at Visual Connections held a Q&A with Kirsten Taylor, owner of Taylor'd Press speaking about owning a printing business and her opinions on the current printing climate.
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After the Q&A, Schwerdt spoke about presenting for influence, encouraging women to take notes and improving their speaking whether it be for public speaking or a one on one meeting.
The Women In Print breakfasts have been running since August 17 and have already been held in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, the final breakfast will be in Brisbane at the Emporium tomorrow August 24.
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