PrintEx Business @ Breakfast

Bookings essential. $25 per attendee to be donated to charities Man Anchor and Share the Dignity.
Continental breakfast supplied.



Tuesday 13 August

TRANSFORMING CONSUMER ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOUR

8.00am – 10.00am

Speaker – Dr Ross Honeywill – Director, Social Economics

Retail is, like many other industries, facing significant challenge and disruption in a new era of consumer expectations. Keynote speaker, Dr Ross Honeywill will reveal how transforming consumer attitudes and behaviour are changing the game for Australian business. He will demonstrate in real-time how to map optimal campaigning, and reveal how to reach and motivate the consumers with the highest value-potential. Dr Honeywill is an internationally recognised social scientist specialising in consumer value and retail marketing. A bestselling author, his seven books have been published across three continents with his most recent US business book a top-100 Amazon bestseller in the consumer category. He has guided global and national brands including Lexus, Energex Retail, Sony, Moët- Hennessy, Yahoo!, Qantas, NAB, JB Hi-Fi, Westpac Broking, David Jones, Fairfax Media, ACP Magazines, Macquarie Bank, Tourism Tasmania, among others. Join Dr Honeywill to discover how to find the holy grail of consumer engagement and results-driven retail marketing.


Wednesday 14 August

GLOBAL PACKAGING TRENDS

8.00am – 10.00am

Speaker – Rowena Curlewis – Denomination

Rowena will be discussing three global trends seen across all categories of alcoholic drinks: premiumisation, sustainability and cross category fusion. Using examples from Denomination’s portfolio as well as other brands, Rowena will examine how these three trends are impacting the positioning of existing brands, the packaging design and the creation of new product development.


Thursday 15 August

INNOVATION AND THE FUTURE

8.00am – 10.00am

Speaker – Scott Browning – Quickar

Scott Browning is the Chief Executive Officer of Quickar and a leading expert in the transitioning automotive industry. With automotive technology evolving rapidly and cultural attitudes towards cars shifting, the analogy of the automotive sector to the challenges faced by the print media industry is significant. Join Scott who will discuss digital disruption across the automotive sector as well how this disruption is impacting other industry sectors – photo imaging, music, books, entertainment, communications, discretionary retailing and more. What can we learn from disruption and how can we transition our businesses with the learnings from others? Join Scott for a morning of innovative and thought-provoking content that will resonate and fit within your strategic business thinking.


Friday 16 August

THE BUSY SHALL INHERIT THE FUTURE, THE INTENTIONALLY ADAPTABLE WILL SHAPE IT

8.00am – 10.00am

Speaker – Penny Locaso

Happiness Hacker Penny Locaso seeks to challenge the busy epidemic and the barrier it is creating in humanity’s ability to effectively shape the future. Learn why skill in Intentional Adaptability is critical to thriving in the age of exponential technology. Understand why we need to focus on new ways of being, rather than more doing, in order to realise possibility. Leave curious to explore further the concept of IAQ (Intentional Adaptability QuotientTM) and how you might use it to drive the change you seek in your life and the world around you.


Contact PrintEx

Peter Harper, General Manager
peterh@visualconnections.org.au
0418 267 952


Jenny Harris, Event Manager
jennyh@visualconnections.org.au
0439 427 747



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