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FESPA claims success at ‘buzzing’ China event

FESPA has revealed that the 2015 edition of its FESPA China event attracted almost 9,500 unique visitors in just three days, with almost 50 percent of those in attendance the main decision-maker for their business

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FESPA China 2015 attracted a total of 9,447 unique visitors over three days

The show, which ran from October 21st to 23rd at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, was 14 percent bigger than the inaugural 2013 show.

Organisers also said that 12 percent of visitors this year hailed from outside of mainland China, travelling from as far afield as Turkey, Australia and New Zealand.

Highlights at FESPA China 2015 included Ole Solskin, World Wrap Masters judge, holding demonstrations on the potential of vehicle wrapping in the region, as well as t-shirt screen printing workshops run by Charlie Taublieb, the president of Taublieb Consulting.

The feedback we’ve had so far from exhibitors and visitors alike has been extremely positive, particularly the many opportunities for knowledge sharing

Roz McGuinness, FESPA divisional director, comments: “FESPA China 2015 was our third event in China and second in Shanghai and was once again a vibrant, buzzing exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and solutions, and providing an excellent business platform for local and international companies. 

“The feedback we’ve had so far from exhibitors and visitors alike has been extremely positive, particularly the many opportunities for knowledge sharing. 

“We always endeavour to meet the requirements of today’s printers and inspire them with opportunities for growth and diversification, and are delighted that we have achieved this once again.”

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