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We’re excited for the upcoming 45th World Professional Congress of Women in Printing, to be held in Sydney Australia from 11-15 September 2017. There will be a lot of exciting programs and opportunities. The WPC16 website also has guidelines on how to book your spot and submit your papers online. Additionally, you can now download a PDF of the program below!

The WPC16 website also has guidelines on how to book your spot and submit your papers online. Additionally, you can now download a PDF of the program below!


WPC16 Program Booklet

Below is the registration form and list of programs and activities:

Registration Form and List of Programs and Activities

We hope you enjoy all the wonderful things happening during WPC16! We are looking forward to seeing you there. Do not forget to sign up on our mailing list for more updates: 

Below are some of the exciting programs we have planned:


The WPC16 Environmental Committee and the Women in Print Network are proud to be partners with the Society for Printing Leadership & Management, the PRINT Conference, and the New South Wales State Government is hosting a free webinar for all print leaders to learn about environmental responsibility in printed communication. This will be hosted by Dr. Eliza Lakin from Gold Coast Health, on Friday 11th of September at 2 pm CST/5 pm UTC.

A special event is planned for WPC16 dedicated to celebrating women who have had print media careers. Please see below for details:

Celebrating Women who have Run Print Media Companies in Print and Beyond

The Society for Printing Leadership & Management has partnered with the Women in Print Network to host a special event at WPSCC to hear from Claire Parker, the fourth woman to be elected president of SPLM. Claire will discuss her career accomplishments and her view on women working inside or outside of the print industry.

A special event plan for WPC16 in honor of Women’s History Month. Please see below for details:

Mentoring and Environment: A Women in Print Network Event Series

The Women in Print Network is excited to announce our first Mentoring Series event at WPSCC. The series will feature a slew of Mentorship sessions with a variety of mentors across disciplines, including one-hour mentoring sessions on Saturday 13 September.

In addition, we are excited to announce the first WIPN Environmental Committee Mentoring Series event. The series will feature mentoring sessions from more than five outstanding Women in Print Network members. Mentors will announce shortly.

Both of these events are open to print industry professionals and everyone is welcome to attend. We hope you can join us at WPSCC this September!

This year, the WIPN Environmental Committee is proud to present its second annual “Environmental Forum” on Friday 15 September 2017.

The Environmental Forum will focus on our theme of “Going Green” while exploring what it means to be human. We will have panel discussions on the following topics:

What does it mean to be human?

We are creative creatures that shape our world in new and innovative ways. Many individuals have developed unique methods to make this happen, but some go beyond normal expectations. This aligns with the theme of WIPN 2017, which is Human Consciousness.

Some ways in which individuals have introduced consciousness into their work include:

– The Organic Farmer

– The Cultural Anthropologist

– The Self Published Author

– The Print Artist (maker)  – The Analog photographer  – Do you have a story to share? Please email the Women In Print Network at to discuss opportunities to share your story.


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