FESPA

FESPA CHINA 2014: Transforming Business with Print Innovation

Following the success of FESPA China 2013 in Shanghai, FESPA is pleased to announce that it will return in a new location, Guangzhou Pazhou Poly World Trade Centre, from November 19-21, 2014.

Over 9500 visitors attended the 2013 exhibition from 77 countries, expanding it from a primarily national exhibition to a pan-regional event. After mainland China, the largest delegations were from India, Japan, Korea and Malaysia, with printers also travelling from Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as Australasia, Europe, USA, Africa and South America.

This year’s event is poised to be even larger, with a confirmed presence already from leading brands including Epson, Mimaki, Reggiani, MS, Inkwin, Monti Antonio, Cham Group and Zünd.

The campaign theme for FESPA China 2014 is ‘Transforming Business with Print Innovation’. With 30,000 sqm exhibition space, the event will showcase the latest industry news, product innovation and ‘content led’ features to help printers stay at the top of their field.

Nigel Steffens, FESPA Board Advisor adds: “We are delighted to be returning to China in a new location at Guangzhou. We look forward to seeing this show expand year upon year, attracting a growing regional audience and diversifying beyond CSGIA’s screen printing heritage to embrace the potential of digital production.”

FESPA China is delivered in partnership with the China Screenprinting & Graphic Imaging Association (CSGIA), FESPA’s Chinese national association.

FESPA China 2013 exhibitor, Josep Domingot, Anajet comments: “The 2013 Shanghai exhibition was very successful for us, it was an important part of our marketing strategy in China, even in Asia. We will continue to exhibit at FESPA China and CSGIA 2014 in Guangzhou.”

The FESPA China 2014 web site is now live in English and Chinese at www.fespachina.com.

FESPA will shortly announce more details about exciting new features that will enable printers to explore where the industry is headed and make FESPA China 2014 a key event within the regional printing market.

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