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    P.o.P 'Power of Print' Webinar Series 2024

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    We've curated an expert line-up of eight virtual presentations across eight weeks: you'll hear from specialists in the visual media industry and related industries on a range of practical topics to help your business achieve success.


    About the event

    The P.o.P Webinar Series is a pivotal gathering for those who own a business, work, or have an interest in the visual media industry. This series is your opportunity to immerse yourself in a community of change-makers dedicated to overcoming the issues faced by the print, paper, mail, publishing, packaging and distribution sectors. You'll hear from specialists in the industry and related industries on a range of practical topics to help your business achieve success.


    Don't have time to commit or just interested in one or two sessions? No problem, P.o.P in and P.o.P out! You're welcome to join for whichever sessions suit you and class notes will be sent to every registrant following each session. 


    All are welcome – attendance is open to VMA members, industry members, and all others interested! 


    Key Highlights:

    • Expert Presentations and Panel Discussions: Presentations and discussions from sector leaders in the visual media industry and experts who offers high quality services to the visual media industry
    • Q & A Panel Discussions: Ask your burning questions and join in discussions focussed on improving business capabilities, solutions, and strategies
    • Online Experience: Join us online for a flexible and accessible experience. You only need to register once for all eight sessions




    WEEK 1: Wednesday 13th March, 10.00–11.00 am
    HR/IR - People & Policy

    Charles Watson, Visual Media Association will discuss the top five Industrial Relations issues that our members are currently enquiring about. Each topic will elaborate and explain the related aspects in-depth to create a better awareness for you and your business. Charles will also discuss Industry relevant aspects of the recent amendments to the Fair Work Act; Closing Loopholes Bills, Respect@Work and more.

    Charles Watson – Visual Media Association


    WEEK 2: Wednesday 20th March, 10.00–11.00 am 
    Mental Wellbeing - The road and resources to mental wellness

    Steven Gamble, Man Anchor will discuss how our mental health is just as critical and should be provided as much priority as our physical health. Steven will discuss how leaders, managers, employees and industry can continue to manage their mental health in a fastpaced era, focusing on tangible ways to achieve mental wellness.

    Steven Gamble –
    Man Anchor


    WEEK 3: Wednesday 27th March, 10.00–11.00 am 
    Leadership - Championing leaders in your business

    Christina Bruce, Sellabilities illuminates the proactive steps in your business towards championing diverse leadership. Gain insights and understanding around unconscious bias and empowering the future leaders within your business.

    Christina Bruce – Sellabilities

    WEEK 4: Wednesday 3rd April, 10.00–11.00 am

    SGS will speak about how to take a proactive approach when it comes to laws and regulations surrounding sustainability. They will speak on Carbon mapping, your carbon footprint as a business, and manageable steps you can take in your business to either start your sustainability journey or take it to the next level. 

    Emanuiel Dumitru
    - SGS

    WEEK 5: Wednesday 10th April, 10.00–11.00 am 
    Promoting the Environmental Credentials of Paper and Print

    Jonathan Tame, Two Sides will continue the sustainability conversation focusing on the Two Sides campaign, its global presence and how printers can use the campaign to promote the environmental credentials of paper and print.

    Jonathan Tame - Two Sides

    WEEK 6: Wednesday 17th April, 10.00–11.00 am
    Cybersecurity - Practices to Help Protect

    Join us for insights into scams across Australia and understand the role Scamwatch plays and how we, as an industry, can assist our customers in ensuring their practices protect Australian’s best. Gain information on how to best protect your business moving forward.

    Fiona Homan - National Anti-Scam Centre

    WEEK 7: Wednesday 24th April,10.00–11.00 am
    Print that Speaks

    Rebekah Yock, Director, The Source will discuss the personality and essence of printed media. Learn what research has said about how print inspires and remains one of the most trusted and effective communication channels.

    Rebekah Yock - The Source 

    WEEK 8: Wednesday 1st May, 10.00–11.00 am
    Skills & Training 

    David Barron, Executive Manager Stakeholder Relations, Manufacturing Industry Skills Alliance (MISA) will be speaking on Skills and Training and building a dynamic and skilled workforce.

    David Barron - Manufacturing Industry Skills Alliance

    Special thanks to our sponsors who we couldn't put on this event series without: 

    Platinum Partner: Ricoh Australia

    Industry Partners: Media Super

    For more information, contact hello@visualmediaassociation.org.au 

    We look forward to seeing you!

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