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FESPA Digital 2014 Sold Out

With fewer than 50 days to go until FESPA Digital 2014 opens its doors, the exhibition floor space is sold out. Close to 450 exhibitors are firmly committed to sharing their product innovations with visitors over the four days of the show (May 20 - 23, 2014, Messe Munich, Germany).

The exhibition space is more than one-fifth larger than FESPA’s previous record-breaking Digital show in Hamburg in 2011, underlining the event’s role as a magnet for the leading international meeting place for wide format printing technology suppliers and buyers.

Based on advance information already received from exhibitors, printers will experience at least 50 brand new product launches at FESPA Digital, with many significant announcements still expected from the major vendors right up to the show.

More than 50 additional companies will be part of FESPA Digital 2014 compared with the last edition of the event in Germany in 2011, promising printers from all over the world the most comprehensive overview of wide format digital technology and materials ever presented.

FESPA CEO Neil Felton commented: “As you would expect from the foremost event in the digital wide format community, since its launch in 2006 FESPA Digital has always been a significant launch platform for the very latest digital output and finishing equipment, software and new media and inks. This year’s event will build on that eight-year track record, making it an absolute ‘must-visit’ event for anyone considering investment in the next 12 months, or planning to develop their business in new directions.”

He added: “Industry research tells us that the opportunity to see new products is one of the main drivers for visiting B2B exhibitions such as FESPA, so it’s great that FESPA Digital will more than match their expectations where innovation is concerned. Combined with the richest educational content program we’ve ever delivered, printers who visit FESPA Digital 2014 are guaranteed to find new stimulation and fresh impetus for their business.”

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