GAMAA supports a number of initiatives that are designed to promote a sustainable industry. Please find a below links that provide information on a variety of topics from the trade shows we co-present, to movements to promote the use of paper, environmentally sustainable initiatives, industry associations and media publications.
PIAA - Printing Industries Association of Australia
LIA - Lithographic Institute of Australia
JPE - Junior Printing Executives
PrintNZ - Print New Zealand
SWUG - Single Width Users Group Inc.
ADMA - Australian Direct Marketing Association
PANPA - Pacific Area Newspaper Publisher's Association
AGDA - Australian Graphic Design Association
VISA - Visual Industries Suppliers Association
LATMA - Label and Tag Manufacturers Association of Australia
Paper and print part of everyday - Paper and Print Part of Every Day
Two Sides - Two Sides - Promoting Sustainability of the Print & Paper Industry
Print Power - Print Power
National Print Awards - 2012 The 29th National Print Awards
Part Of Life New Zealand - Print Part of Life New Zealand
Printing Industry Working Group - The PIWG is developing projects that will assist the industry to meet the challenges of the current business environment.
Australian Printer - Printer Magazines Group publishes hard copy magazines: Australian Printer, New Zealand Printer, Asia Pacific Packaging and Inky Fingers.
ProPrint - ProPrint is the leading monthly magazine for the Australian printing industry.
Print21 - Print21 Online is the premier online news and information portal for the graphic arts and printing industry.
Printers Post - Number one choice for promoting classifieds, news and events for the packaging, print and sign industries online
PacPrint - Since 1970, PacPrint has been showcasing the world's latest and most innovative printing and graphic communications technologies.
PrintEx - PrintEx11 was Australia’s premier print and design exhibition in 2011. Next PrintEx 2015
Reed Exhibitions - Exhibition management for PacPrint and PrintEx
FREE learning resources on ‘Digital Printing’ developed by the national Skills council (IBSA) and the NSW State ITAB B(ACFIPS). For use by any interested people.