Women in Print is looking for sponsors to support its 2015 programme of development and industry insights. Now in its ninth year, the annual forum provides women working in print with the opportunity to expand their network and learn from some of Australia’s leading businesswomen. Deb Holst, Women in Print patron for Heidelberg, says, “Women in Print is a not-for-profit event, and it can only operate if we have the support of the industry.
Deb Holst, Women in Print patron for Heidelberg
“Corporate sponsorship enables us to engage a top level speaker and to facilitate the five breakfast events we hold annually. “Sponsoring Women in Print is a great opportunity to show your support for the industry and we look forward to welcoming new sponsors for our 2015 programme.” Audiences include women in senior management, sales and marketing through to those working in technical capacities on the shop floor. This year saw 380 participants attend five breakfast events to hear Sally Cockburn, aka Dr Feelgood, talk about women’s health and share her secrets on juggling work and personal responsibilities. More than 2500 women have participated since the event began, with new guests joining the regulars each year. The Heidelberg initiative is supported by state patrons – GAMAA’s Karen Goldsmith for NSW, the PIAA’s Jenny Berry for Victoria, Susan Heaney in Queensland, Jen Baile from Fuji Xerox in SA and Olivia Grida from Advance Press in WA.
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