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'Print & Prosecco' live events are back with WIP - Sydney sold out!

Women in Print has sold out the Sydney 'Print & Prosecco' event two weeks before the event is to take place. Adelaide and Melbourne events are also selling fast as women across the industry are taking up the opportunity to share knowledge and network.

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Melbourne kicks off the series on 14th Sept, with Sydney (sold out) and Adelaide events both on Sept 22nd, then Brisbane on 19th October

WIP Prosecco bottle champagne poppingLaunched two years ago when Covid started and now with Women in Print re-positioning project, the Print & Prosecco events have until this year been virtual due to lockdown restrictions. 2022 is the first year the events have moved from virtual to reality and the attendance registrations have been high with audiences and sponsors getting behind the evenings.

Sponsors and industry supporters – Ball & Doggett, Breen Printing, Bright Print Group, Cactus Imaging, Creative Juices SA, DIC, Durst, IVE Group, MCC Labels, Orafol, PKN News, Print21, Print Media Group, QLM Label Makers and Spicers have all stepped up to support the events.

NSW Patron and Co-Managing Director, Bright Print Group, Debbie Burgess is thrilled to have sold-out the Sydney event so quickly. “The Sydney team have worked tirelessly to bring this together and I really want to thank them all and our sponsors. I see the building of a strong networking community across the industry for women as a really important role Women in Print plays. To come together with our peers, at various events throughout the year, assists us to support each other,” commented Burgess.

The events are informal with industry colleagues coming together to share ideas, learnings, support, and opportunities across their professional environments. Hearing from guest speakers, industry participants and community leaders to create two-way dialogue and engagement for the attendees is a key purpose of the events.

The Adelaide event will take place concurrently with Sydney on Thursday 22nd September, at The Hideaway at Roxie’s Garden Bar & Eatery, Adelaide. With the Melbourne event a week earlier on 14th September at the Royal Saxon, Richmond. Registrations for both Melbourne and Adelaide are still open, so do not miss out. The Brisbane event has just been announced for Wednesday 19 th October at The Lawn in Kangaroo Point.

Events across other States will be rolled out in the coming months. For more information go to the Women in Print website.

www.womeninprint.com.au