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Avoiding dangerous assumptions on cyber security

How do you protect against Cyber Attack in the age of Industry 4.0? You start by attending the APPMA Business & Industry conference, a virtual and in-person event on 16 September, to hear advice from Deloitte partner for Cyber Risk Advisory, David Owen. The industrial revolution saw the progressive introduction of technology that largely resulted in […]

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Top 5 reasons to attend Sydney business and industry conference

Five reasons you need to book for the APPMA Business and Industry Conference now. It’s June. It’s EOFY. That’s your first hint! 1. Early birds catch worms. Book Now to access Early Bird Rates.The early bird rates close on 30 June. Invest in your team’s resilience and professional development with the option of attending in person or virtually. […]

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Francisco Betti, Head of Shaping the Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production

WEF’s Francisco Betti on leading the great reset and recovery

Registrations are now open for the 2021 APMMA Business & Industry Conference, with a ‘must-see’ highlight on the program the opening keynote presentation by Francisco Betti of the World Economic Forum.For inspiration and insight from one of the world’s experts on manufacturing and where it is heading in 2021 and beyond, you need look no further than Francisco […]

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Navigating the new normal: APPMA

By Jan Arreza As Australia picks up the pace of the vaccine rollout, the country’s new normal is beginning to take shape. So what does this mean for the packaging and processing industry? And what opportunities can be harnessed now that will build the platform for the next era of innovation, sustainability and growth. The APPMA […]

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CARBIS BAY, CORNWALL - JUNE 12:   Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson greets Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay on June 12, 2021 in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, hosts leaders from the USA, Japan, Germany, France, Italy and Canada at the G7 Summit. This year the UK has invited India, South Africa, and South Korea to attend the Leaders' Summit as guest countries as well as the EU. (Photo by Adrian Dennis-WPA Pool/Getty Images)

APPMA Members involved in the historic, post-Brexit free trade deal

Thank you to all of the APPMA Members who provided feedback, which has been used in the first Post-Brexit trade deal between the Australian Government and GOV.UK. Rewinding to October 2020, the APPMA alongside Executives of the Board Mark Dingley and Mark Emmett, sat down with the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. We […]

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