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Multi-Color’s Bianca Wilson is LIA SA Graduate of the Year

Bianca Wilson from Multi-Color Corporation in Adelaide has been named South Australia’s LIA Heidelberg Australia Graduate of the Year at a presentation held at Fujifilm Business Innovation.

Winner Bianca Wilson centre with employer Rob Slater from Multi Color Corporation left and Peter Harper CEO of Visual Connections

Winner Bianca Wilson (centre) with employer Rob Slater from Multi Color Corporation (left) and Peter Harper CEO

of co-sponsor Visual Connections

The prestigious biennial award is made by the Lithographic Institute of Australia (LIA) and is supported by Heidelberg Australia and Visual Connections. Nominations are received from employers for apprentices training for a wide variety of industry careers.

Wilson, judged the winner after an extensive interview and evaluation process conducted by a panel of industry experts, recently completed her print apprenticeship.

Fletcher Masters Nick Birbas Adam Brown Bianca Willson with 2019 biennial winner LIA committee member Jono Pitt
Fletcher Masters, Nick Birbas, Adam Brown, Bianca Willson with 2019 biennial winner LIA committee member Jono Pitt

The other finalists for South Australia were Adam Brown from VisualCom, Nick Birbas from Multi-Color Corporation, and Fletcher Masters from Hanson Print & Design.

The graduates, their colleagues and families, enjoyed drinks and canapés at the event attended by about 30 guests – comparatively low for such events due to COVID gathering restrictions, but “nevertheless a welcome opportunity to celebrate excellence,” said Gordon Wilson from the LIA SA committee.

“It was very pleasing to be able to recognise the achievements of these great young people, who will doubtless become some of the industry’s next generation of leaders,” Wilson said. “We sincerely congratulate Bianca on the win, and commend her fellow finalists, too, on their outstanding performance.

“The LIA has a long history of supporting education and training across our sector, and we are delighted to see the continuing high standard of graduates and, with the help of our sponsors Heidelberg Australia and Visual Connections, to be able to provide a tangible reward for their efforts as they seek to further their education and industry experience.”

To find out more about the LIA and the Graduate Awards, go to www.lia.com.au