Know a senior print leader who deserves Power 50 recognition in the ProPrint Awards?

The ProPrint Power 50 recognises industry leaders in Australia’s dynamic print sector and nominations are now open.

This year’s Power 50 differs to the ones that have been before. Only the top 20 leaders will be ranked in this peer-voted award, with the rest of the nominees to be announced and published alphabetically.

So who do you think deserves recognition?

Self-nominations are accepted and it is possible to have more than one nominee from the same company.

Nominating is free and easy through www.proprintawards.com.au and you can also nominate anonymously if you wish.

The ProPrint Awards also includes categories Emerging 50 for industry rising stars, Supplier 50 for individuals who service the print industry and the Industry Achievement Award for legends of the industry who have contributed over 25 years to the sector.

All nominees will be sent an email advising them of their nomination and asking them to answer some questions. Nominees need to click on the link in their Congratulations email to complete their nomination process. These responses will then be reviewed by all nominees for top 20 judging. PKF International will audit the votes.

The ProPrint Awards are scheduled to be held on Friday November 26 at 6.45pm at the Shangri-la Hotel in Sydney. Tickets can be purchased here.

The Power 50 would not be possible without Platinum Sponsor Durst, Gold Sponsor HP and Silver Sponsors Ball & Doggett and printIQ. Thank you.

For more information about nominations, please contact ProPrint Editor Sheree Young on 0402 759 893 or [email protected].

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