Attending Seminars... What's in it for you?

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At KiM we have an open minded philosophy that we put forward  “All Ships rise on a rising tide!”
Therefore our commitment to running seminars offering genuine tools, tricks and tips is an ongoing commitment featuring in the very heart of our processes.  A seminar, in our view, offers a venue where like minded and non like minded individuals have an open forum to hear points of view put forward from the speakers and attendees alike.
 
This open platform of information can be used by the attendees to develop their “own way” of creating innovation and strategies to improve their business.
 
At KiM Knowledge and Information Management we focus on core business issues that will educate, develop and assist in business owners interested in Innovation Development.

Previous Venues

John Hadfield has presented Seminars to the Sign and Graphics industry in:

Australia
  • Sydney 2001, 2002, 2003 , 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Melbourne 2003, 2005, 2006 , 2007, 2009, 2011
  • Brisbane 2006, 2007, 2008 , 2009
  • Gold Coast 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012
  • Perth 2006, 2007
  • Darwin 2007
  • Adelaide 2009 

New Zealand

  • Auckland 2002
  • New Plymouth 2005
  • Invercargill 2006
  • Napier 2009 
  • Auckland 2009 

China

  • Beijing 2007

USA

  • Las Vegas 2001
  •  Las Angles 2003
  • Dallas Forth Worth 2003
  • New York 2002
  • Atlanta 2001, 2002
 

Testimonials

VISA - Visual Industries Suppliers Association

The Visual Industries Suppliers Association (“VISA”) run at least two Trade Shows per year for the Sign, Engraving, Router, Printing and Graphics Industries.  Included in these shows is an extensive Seminar/ Workshop program.
John Hadfield from KiM is a regular speaker at these Seminars and more often than not, John has the highest number of attendees than any other presenter.
KiM’s training seminars offer a great deal of helpful tips and tricks to the Sign and Graphic Industry and with John’s 40 years of experience, all attendees leave the seminars with the knowledge of how they can improve their business.
I highly recommend these KiM Training seminars to anyone in the Industry, whether just starting out or a seasoned veteran.
 
Peter Harper
General Manager
Visual Industries Suppliers Association

Teacher Victoria University Sign Industry Training

To be honest I have heard John Hadfield speak previously and made a point of making time to catch John's talk, I have also made recommendation to 4-5 other people to make sure they didn’t miss his presentation; They thanked me afterwards for it.  Personally I thought John's talk was excellent and because of the current financial situation facing most businesses.  His wealth of knowledge on handling cash flow and marketing a business etc, was priceless.

Norm Johnstone
Teacher Victoria University Sign Industry Training
 

Sign and Graphic Services Princess Alexandra Hospital

I recently sat in on the seminar at the Sydney Sign Show and found it to be very informative and logical - you mentioned during the seminar that you could email the presentation pdf out to anyone that was interested. I would appreciate if you could forward a copy to me as it would be quite informative and useful whether I am in private industry or government.   

Scott Cronin
Co-ordinator Sign and Graphic Services Princess Alexandra Hospital

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