Visual Connections Australia

Industry’s Woman Thriving: Women In Print 2019

20-Sep-2019 The 2019 Women in Print breakfast series concluded this week, with the functions in Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, proving that Australia’s ‘girls who print’ are keener and more committed than ever. 


Women in Print Breakfast Series 2019                          Starting the day right.            Anneli Blundell shares insights in Sydney.
Some 425 women attended across the week, with four out of five events drawing significantly larger crowds than last year, indicating that the Women in Print across Australia are thriving…and keener than ever to build their networks. 

The success of this year’s events is a testament not only to their enthusiasm, 
but to the commitment of Women in Print Patrons Natalie Taylor, Kirsten Taylor, Susan Heaney, Marisa Rossi, Sandy Aspinall and Lisa Blachut.

Each breakfast kicked off with a fascinating insight from a panel of industry leaders, discussing the challenges they face, how they’ve furthered their careers, how they balance their work with other priorities, and what keeps them inspired. 

Guest keynote, Anneli Blundell 
– known as the ‘people whisperer’ – then took over, startling audiences initially by proving just how quickly misperceptions can take hold – and illustrating just how important it is to ensure your communication reinforces your capability, rather than undermining your credibility. 

Anneli’s presentation gave the gat
hering a host of knowledge, insight and tips which not only revealed why people do what they do, but provided some take-home tips on how to increase influence, engagement and impact.

Among those was the importance of using an appropriate tone to drive the action you want, keeping communications concise and to the point, and ensuring that you ‘take up your space’ in the room by using expansive body language. Those who attended will be easy to spot in the coming weeks – they’ll be the ones furtively practising their presentations in front of the mirror! 

Women in Print is a collaboration of women in the print media industry. Its aim 
is to foster, encourage and support women who work in and around the print, design, sign, display, packaging and label industries with a range of opportunities and networking events.

This year, it is supported by major sponsors Kwik Kopy, Media Super and IVE, associate and patron sponsors Advance, Heaney’s Performers in Print, Graphic Print Group, Taylor’d Press, Heidelberg and Visual Connections, and supporter sponsors Spicers, Lamson Paragon, HP, LIA, Ball & Doggett and Konica Minolta.

For information about Women in Print and future events, go to www.womeninprint.com.au and to hear more from Anneli Blundell visit: 
www.anneliblundell.com

  

Crowds gathered in Melbourne for Women in Print.
  
Adelaide's industry women took the opportunity to network.


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