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FESPA aims to bring colour back in 2021

FESPA has launched the registration process for its 2021 Global Print Expo in October, with the event set to run under the theme ‘Bringing Colour Back’.

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The FESPA Global Print Expo will run from October 12th to 15th at the RAI exhibition centre in Amsterdam

The exhibition will run from October 12th to 15th at the RAI exhibition centre in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, marking the return of the global FESPA show for the first time since before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Occupying six exhibition halls at the RAI, the event will focus on supporting speciality print communities with sustained business recovery following the challenges of the last year.

Exhibitors will feature from across the screen, digital, wide format and textile printing sectors, with more than 300 suppliers and manufacturers expected to attend.

In addition, the European Sign Expo, as well as both the Printeriors and World Wrap Masters features, will again run alongside the main FESPA Global Print Expo.

“Our audiences have told us that they need access to hands-on product demonstrations and to participate in face-to-face meetings with multiple suppliers to support their recovery, and they see FESPA Global Print Expo as a key milestone in their forward planning,” FESPA chief executive Neil Felton says. 

“Taking into account all information currently available to us, we’re re-launching FESPA 2021 this autumn with confidence that we can offer participants a live event that takes all possible health and safety precautions, while still fulfilling their key expectations of a FESPA show as an interactive, multisensory experience.”

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