FESPA announces dates for Global Print Expo 2018

Floor space already booked for expo

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FESPA recently announced the dates for FESPA 2018 global print expo. The event will take place over four days from 15 to 18 May 2018 at Messe Berlin, Germany.

The global print expo is expected to cover nine halls of Messe Berlin, showcasing screen, digital and textile printing solutions. FESPA 2018 will again be co-located with European Sign Expo for non-printed visual communication solutions.

Roz Guarnori (née McGuinness), divisional director, FESPA, comments, “We always consult with our exhibitors on the location of our shows and Berlin was one of the favorites. We’ve received positive reactions from exhibitors for the Berlin event, which is evident from the floor space already booked and optioned, even before FESPA 2017.”

One of the world’s leading conference organizers itself, Messe Berlin is located in a convenient position, just a 10-minute car journey from Berlin airport. This makes it easily reachable for international visitors and just a short journey from the city centre, which is home to over 750 hotels.

When FESPA was last located in Berlin, it attracted more attendance from Eastern Europe, especially Poland and Russia, in addition to the traditional core audience from Western Europe.

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