Kornit Digital a worldwide market leader in sustainable, on-demand digital fashion and textile production technologies, announced a partnership with VORN – The Berlin Fashion Hub, Zalando, and Unity – creating an “alliance of the willing” to transform the industry via 'phygital' fashion with a circular approach. Nine designers were challenged to create fashion capsules in just eight weeks utilizing the latest technology innovations from the three alliance partners.
Following next generation print training days held at ADAPT (Amari Digital Printing Technologies) in Nottingham, FESPA UK is creating a bigger networking event purely to support 18-30 year-olds who are currently working within the graphics and signage industry. It's a great initiative that would work well here in Oceania.
Natural disasters can be devastating for small and family businesses yet only one in four small businesses has a current business continuity plan, according to Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Bruce Billson.
The NSW Labor Party has unveiled its gambling reform policy ahead of the state election in March, promising to reduce the number of poker machines across the state, introduce a cashless gaming card trial and ban all ‘VIP lounge’ signage. The City of Sydney last week announced a review of ‘VIP Lounge’ signs in its council area.
Epson has been placed on the prestigious A List for climate change by international environmental non-profit CDP, which evaluates companies’ environmental activities.
Agfa will showcase the fastest version of its high-end multi-pass Jeti Tauro H3300 inkjet printer at the C!Print 2023 trade show in France this month. Visitors will also be able to see vibrant signage samples produced on the Jeti Tauro H3300 and the Avinci CX3200.
An overwhelming 90% of businesses expect to be affected by staffing shortages in 2023, according to Ai Group’s survey of Australian CEO Expectations for 2023.
Opal Australian Paper has stood down 37 workers at its paper mill in Maryvale, eastern Victoria, with a further 120 workers expected to be stood down later this month or early next month. The move follows a Supreme Court order that forced supplier VicForests to scale back its harvesting operations in endangered possum habitats. The Victorian government has stepped in to reach an agreement with Opal that ensures - "until mid-February" - workers who are stood down will receive full pay and entitlements.
Outdoor company oOh!media has partnered with Nine Entertainment to deliver key highlights of this year’s Australian Open tennis to Out of Home audiences across Australia.
The Flexographic Label & Packaging Manufacturers Association (FPLMA) has opened registration for its two-day Technical Forum and Awards night to be held in Melbourne on March 2-3, 2023. Label & Packaging printers are among the fastest growing adopters of industrial inkjet technology, sitting alongside conventional Flexo, Gravure and Offset.