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Catch up with the latest industry news from Visual Connections.


  • March
    23

    National Awards to be the Focus as Industry Recovers

    The Print & Visual Communications Association has this morning announced that it will halt plans for individual State Printing Industry Creativity Awards (PICAs) for the 2022 year, as businesses in many areas of the country concentrate on recovering from recent natural disasters. Instead, they will present a single, expanded National Print Awards competition this year.


  • March
    04

    Flood Support & Recovery

    Flood Support & Recovery Like most Australians, Visual Connections team has watched with concern the unfolding flood crisis, particularly in the country’s east. Like many of you, we have friends, family and colleagues caught up in these events and remain concerned for the well-being of all involved. We are also conscious that many of our industry businesses wi...


  • March
    04

    Visual Connections - Suppliers Ready to Help with Flood Crisis

    As the flood crisis in Australia’s east continues to unfold, the industry’s suppliers have joined forces once again and say they stand ready to assist affected businesses.John Wall, Managing Director of Roland DG and President of supplier association Visual Connections, says the Register of businesses set up to provide ready reference and resources for industry busine...


  • March
    03

    World Supply Chain Pain

    First COVID, and now Russia’s War in Ukraine. In an uncertain world, we asked suppliers for the inside word on how the latest developments are likely to impact supply chains, and how you can manage those impacts on your b...


  • February
    04

    A Vision for the Future: Careers in Print, Sign & Display

    There is probably no more exciting industry than print, sign and display…and we’re looking for bright, motivated and talented young people to help us realise our vision for a bright future. With career opportunities in everything from design and sales, to production and engineering, this exciting sector produces everything from books, magazines and catalogues, to...


  • February
    03

    Jenny Harris to Leave Visual Connections after a Decade

    Jenny Harris, who has been Events Manager at Visual Connections for more than a decade, has announced she will be moving on in mid-February to focus on her family and personal priorities. Jenny has been an integral part of the organisation’s events team, first at the Visual Industries Sign Association (VISA) working on the Visual Impact Expos and, following that ...


  • February
    03

    New Board Appointed as Visual Connections Looks to the Future

    Visual Connections, the association representing suppliers to the print, sign, display and visual communications industries, held its AGM and Member Meeting last Tuesday, appointing new Board Members and outlining a clear strategy for the future.In something of an understatement, outgoing President Mitch Mulligan described 2021 as ‘another challenging year’, with the ...


  • October
    26

    MCEC Confident as 2022 and PacPrint Approach

    The Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre held its first ‘Centrestage Update’ customer briefing via Zoom last week, saying the lifting of restrictions around Australia and in particular in the southern capital, point to a bright outlook for 2022.


  • October
    25

    Patrick Condren to MC Glittering NPA Presentations

    Walkley Award-winning journalist and well-known broadcaster and media personality Patrick Condren will be Master of Ceremonies at the 38th National Print Awards in Brisbane on Friday 5 November.


  • October
    11

    Excitement as Print Awards Locked in for Friday 5 November

    The snap decision by the Queensland government last month to declare a public holiday on Friday 29 October sent print awards organisers scrambling to once again reschedule the remaining PICA presentations – Victoria, WA and NSW – which will now be presented on Friday 5 November, 2021, immediately followed by the 38th N...