January 25 last date for entries to FESPA Awards 2023

Global award program recognizes print excellence

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There are 18 categories, ranging from display, packaging, and posters to wrapping, special effects, printed textiles, and non-printed signage.

Print service providers and sign-makers looking to showcase their outstanding examples of work from the last two years can submit their entries to the FESPA Awards 2023 until 25 January 2023. 

The FESPA Awards celebrate the achievements of printers and sign-makers from across the globe, recognizing their skill, talent, creativity, and innovation.

There are 18 categories, ranging from display, packaging, and posters to wrapping, special effects, printed textiles, and non-printed signage.

For more information visit : https://www.fespaawards.com/information/award-categories

All entries will automatically be considered for four further awards: the People’s Choice Award, which is voted for online by FESPA’s community; the new Sustainability Award, the Best in Show Award; and the Judges’ Award for Innovation, which is chosen by the FESPA Awards jury.

The People’s Choice Award voting opens on 13 February. Shortlisted entries will be announced on 13 March and will be displayed on-site at FESPA Global Print Expo 2023, which takes place from 23 to 26 May at Messe Munich, Germany.

The winners will be announced at the formal Award Ceremony at Messe Munich on 24 May 2023, followed by a drinks reception. All shortlisted entrants will be invited to attend alongside industry media, influencers and sponsors.

For more information on how to enter the FESPA Awards 2023 visit: www.fespaawards.com

Founded in 1962, FESPA is a global federation of Associations for the screen printing, digital printing and textile printing community. Profit for Purpose is FESPA’s international reinvestment programme, which uses revenue from FESPA events to support the global speciality print community to achieve sustainable and profitable growth through four key pillars – education, inspiration, expansion and connection.

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