Print franchise company Kwik Kopy Australia has partnered with Engage Media to launch Possible Magazine - available in both ‘the tactile magic of print’ and online.
“Having worked in the marketing of businesses for many years, it has always been my dream to bring high-quality, beautiful content to life in the physical form of print,” says Sonia Shwabsky, CEO of Kwik Kopy Australia.
“Each issue will serve as a beacon of inspiration, shining a light on those trailblazing entrepreneurs and creative geniuses who turn their groundbreaking ideas into reality."
Shwabsky was speaking at a magazine launch event at Green Moustache in North Sydney attended by 22 entrepreneurs, business owners and media.
“Teaming up with Engage Media, Kwik Kopy proudly presented the ‘Possible Magazine’ - a powerful testament to the wonders achieved when human passion meets innovation and tenacity,” the company said. “In an era saturated with digital and AI-driven content, Kwik Kopy champions the tactile magic of print. The magazine is established on the belief that the physical touch of a story leaves an indelible mark and ensures inspirational narratives resonate more deeply with its readers.”
The first issue of Possible features Sendle Founder James Chin Moody, who took on the mission of challenging a government-owned postal service. It also highlights Jordy Wilson, an influencer and content creator, who spoke at the launch event. Attendees included Liam Gostencnik, co-founder of Bae Juice, Thomas and Anabelle Burns, co-founders of Femme Organic, and TikToker and small-business owner Ebony May.
“Kwik Kopy stands firm in our belief that creativity has the power to reshape our world,” Shwabsky said. “And with ‘Possible’, we offer a stage for those pioneering individuals who, with their work, are indeed reshaping our collective future. To every entrepreneur, marketer, designer, and anyone who appreciates creativity's profound power: ‘Possible’ is your narrative… We trust that ‘Possible’ will resonate with your own stories of innovation and perseverance.”
To download a FREE copy of the Possible magazine, please visit kwikkopy.com.au/possible-magazine