PrintFair team goes places for promotional campaigns

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(Fron right to left) Ajit Patil, CMD, Yarbal Print-Pack Pvt. Ltd., Mangesh Deshpande, secretary, The Belgaum Press Owners Association, Shantanu Baraskar, Team PrintFair, Rahul Jaiswal, Team PrintFair and other officials from Yarbal Print-Pack Pvt. Ltd.

PrintFair, the commercial printing, package converting and digital sign show, will be held from 10-13 April 2019 at BIEC, Bengaluru. The event, supported extensively by Karnataka State Printers Association (KSPA), recently organized promotional campaigns in the interiors of South India.

The PrintFair team visited Hubli, Belgaum, Mudhol, Jamkhandi, Vijaypur, Kalaburgi, Raichur and Bellary, where it received good response from the printers of the area.

The campaigns received much appreciation from the local association members as well. Satish Jadhav, president, The Belgaum Press Owners Association said, “We are happy to have team PrintFair in Belgaum. We will pass the event information to our affiliates in Bailhongal, Soundatti, Chikodi, Nipani and Gadhinglaj.”

Rajshekhar S, owner of Shri Falahareshwar Offset Printers and president of Vijaypur Printers Association, said, “This is the first time we have seen a show organizer visiting us to share information and invite us to the event. We will be happy to attend.”

One of the printers, A Manjunath, owner, Sri Manjunath Graphics, Bellary said, “We live in a small town and are planning to form a printers’ association soon. Exhibitions like these provide an opportunity for small printers like us to connect with the industry and explore opportunities. We will definitely visit the show and meet other companies and association officials as well.”

Team PrintFair will next visit Andhra Pradesh/Telangana – Anantapur, Kadapa, Tirupati, Nellore, Guntur, Vijaywada, Rajahmundry, Kakinada, Visakhapatnam, Khammam and Warangal. In Maharashtra, it will visit Satara, Ichalkaranji, Kolhapur, Kudal, Panaji, Karwar, Gadag, Solapur, Latur and Nanded. In Tamil Nadu, PrintFair will cover Sivakasi, Coimbatore, Erode, Salem, Vellore, Trichy, Hosur and Nammakal.

With only a few weeks to go, PrintFair is all set to create a new landmark on the grounds of Bengaluru.

For more information, visit www.printfair.in

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