Bharat Print Expo 2025 from 24 to 26 April

Supported by Maharashtra Mudran Parishad (MMP)

Anil Arora, REPL with Balasaheb Ambekar, MMP

Maharashtra Mudran Parishad (MMP) is the state-level apex body representing printers’ associations in Maharashtra for over 60 years. Its main role is to coordinate, motivate, innovate, improve, expand, and elevate the graphic arts and print industry in the state. The organization has signed an MOU to support the Bharat Print Expo, scheduled to take place from 24 to 26 April 2025, at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre in Bengaluru.

As per the memorandum, MMP will extensively promote the event in the State of Maharashtra. It will also spearhead a Print Yatra/ roadshows in the printing hubs in Maharashtra abutting the state of Karnataka. A tentative itinerary covering the following towns has been mooted: Omrega, Solapur, Vijayapura, Sangola, Jath, Kavathe, Mahankal, Vita, Palus, Tasgaon, Sangli, Jaysingpur, Ichalkaranji, Kolhapur, Gadhinglaj, Sawantwadi and Kudal.

Balasaheb Ambekar, president of MMP said, “We are excited to partner with ReEnvision Events to promote and expand the reach of Bharat Print Expo 2025. The Print Yatra is being meticulously planned to cover all the major printing hubs in our state that are in the vicinity of Karnataka.”

Anil Arora, president of ReEnvision Events (REPL), the organizers of the show, expressed gratitude for the support of MMP. He emphasized, “With the invaluable support of MMP, we will not only reach but also engage with grassroots printers and professionals in Maharashtra. These individuals from the emerging towns helm growing businesses and will be among the core target audience for our show.”

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