TJ Recognised As A Rising Star At Inaugural ProPrint Emerging 50
The contributions of 50 of Australia’s printing industry up and coming leaders were recognised at the 2019 ProPrint Emerging 50 event which was held at the Crusie Bar on Sydney Harbour alongside the Power 50, now in its ninth year.
The nominees for the Emerging 50, which received Exclusive Partner support from industry superannuation fund Media Super, came from all corners of the Australian printing industry and included a broad range of job roles from customer service, graphic design, sales, account management, trade apprentices and production and were recognised in alphabetical order with each recipient presented with a certificate of recognition.
The concept was created as a way to recognise the industry’s rising stars or those with ideally five years experience in the industry and as such is not linked to age but to industry experience.
Nearly 30 of the nominees were able to attend the event to receive their certificate and take advantage of the opportunity to meet with the leaders and key decision makers of the industry today.
Media Super Regional Manager for Growth (NSW/ACT) John Myers addressed the crowd and presented the certificates with Media Super business development manager Peter Cleary also in attendance.
Many members of the Emerging 50 members travelled to Sydney from interstate to accept their award and attend the event which received great support from all in the room.
Your Emerging 50 for 2019:
Tyler-Jay Schmidt, apprentice, GoTransit Media Group
Alex Riches, owner, The Urban Press
Andrew Flett, print manufacturer, Ovato
Andrew Oskar, general manager, Next Printing
Andrew Worboys, apprentice, Ultra Labels
Ashleigh Boyling, account manager, Blue Star Group
Ashleigh Jones, apprentice, Digital Synergy
Barb Howard, brand strategist, Greater Sydney Living
Ben Thomas, commercial manager, Blue Star Print
Bradley Fenner, print manufacturer, Vanguard Press
Cameron Woodbury, business development manager, Rawson Print Co.
Carl Butchard, general manager, Foxcil
Charlotte Kent, marketing assistant, Next Printing
Chris La Greca, new business sales residential distribution, Ovato
Christina Condos, account manager, Labelhouse
Christine Bleyer, account manager, Immij
Dan Brook, print operator, Visualcom
Dayne Nankervis, chief operating officer, CMYKhub
Duyen Nguyen, manager – projects and events, The Real Media Collective
Frankie Abraham, supervisor – afternoons, Visy Industries
Geoff Howell, managing director, Complete Printing
Guillaume Hintzy, print manufacturer, Labelmakers
Suherman (Herman) Ng, digital specialist, Willem’s Art
Indigo Phillip, junior designer, Designate
Indy Griffiths, graphic designer, Style Communications
Jacobena Mills, national events manager, Print & Visual Communication Association
Jacqueline Hammond, account manager, 1800 for Promo
Jenna Armstrong, senior account manager, Ovato Creative Services
Jonathan Pitt, flexographic printer, Multi-Color Corporation
Joshua West, apprentice, Multi-Color Corporation
Julia Potter, senior account manager, Embellishment Group
Kevin Teh, graphic designer, ED
Lisa Schumacher, digital printer, Print2Metal
Luke Allen, digital manager, Crystal Media
Maddie Allington, junior designer, Sonnet
Marilyn Li, senior client services, Cactus Imaging
Matthew Volpe, print manufacturer/finisher, Colorcorp
Matthew Zunic, print operator, Imagination Graphics
Melanie Armstrong, marketing specialist, Salmat
Miah Fraser, prepress operator, Foxcil
Nicole Danger, apprentice specialty printer, Chapel Press
Nicole Simmons, production, 1800 for Promo
Nina Nguyen, owner, Pakko
Philippe Phuoc Vu, print manufacturer, Ovato
Rebecca Wright, digital printer, Print SA
Rob Draper, chief marketing officer, IVE Group
Ryan Robinson, print manufacturer, QLM Label Makers
Samuel Brikhia, estimator, CMYKhub
Sarah Moore, business development manager, Visual Connections
Tanya Watkins, owner, Glue4U