Australasian Catalogue Association

Power Of Print 2021

The Real Media Collective proudly delivered the 2021 ‘Power of Print’ webinar series from June through to September to provide knowledge and expert speaker content for members and the broader industry to build strong sales and business skills throughout 2021 and beyond..

> Economy and your business – what does the budget mean for Australian and New Zealand businesses?

> Building strong business brands – how can we learn from each other’s success?

> Data management – how you can upstream your sales and service offering to increase volumes.

> Learning from our customers – are we presenting the sales pitch our customers what to hear?

> Selling and buying – ensuring your business puts the right foot forward.

> Packaging – what we need to know to teach our customers and manage our business targets, and much more.


These sessions are open for the betterment of all with recordings and class notes provided below.


A wrap up of the 2021 Budgets – what does this mean for me?

Charles Watson
GM – IR, Policy & Governance,

Share the Knowledge – Building a brand that sticks

Leon Wilson
Revolution Print

Data – it matters, how you can upstream your business

Gordon Loch
Managing Director
List Factory

Understanding your customer – how can we work with designers to create better print?

Sam Dobie
Creative Director
Inclusive Creatives

Selling and Buying – Ensuring your business puts the right foot forward

Graham Morgan
Managing Director
Morgan Shaw Advisory (MSA)

The Letterbox – print’s comeback in the United Kingdom

Mark Davies,
Managing Director
Whistl (Doordrop Media) Ltd.

Packaging – what we need to know for the future of sustainable packaging

Jayne Paramor
Sustainability Partnership Manager

Understanding your customer – how will retailers use print in the future

Juanita Neville-Te Rito
Managing Director

Selling the value of print – how do we focus on value and not commodity when selling print?

Kelvin Gage
Shock Consulting

What do advertisers need from their print partners, and how can both work better together so that printers deliver solutions for their customers?

Kelly Duncan
Head of Brand and Acquisition, Yellow NZ

June Hartel
Head of Customer Experience, Yellow NZ

Mental Wellness in lockdown and beyond

Steven Gamble
Man Anchor

Andrew Ward, Konica Minolta
Rodney Frost, The Lamson Group
Ruth Cobb, PrintNZ

Discussion facilitated by Kellie Northwood, The Real Media Collective.

Should anyone be experiencing difficulties please contact Lifeline – 13 11 14.


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