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WrapFest to return to Silverstone this October

FESPA is promising a hub for networking, growth, and innovation at this year’s event

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The 2024 edition of WrapFest will include over 50 exhibitors and 75 brands

WrapFest, a dedicated show for vehicle wrapping and surface decoration, has announced further details about its return to Silverstone Race Circuit later this year.

The event organised by global print and display federation, FESPA, will take place from October 3rd to 4th, 2024, where it will host a range of competitions, talks, and demonstrations.

WrapFest says it attracts a range of visitors like vehicle wrappers, installers, race teams, fleet businesses, agencies, printers, decorators, and sign-makers.

According to Straits Research, the market for automative wrap films is set to reach a value of over $25bn (£20bn) by 2030 with Europe playing a key role in the industry.

The event includes World Wrap Masters (WWM) UK, the British leg of the global wrap competition which will see winners qualify to compete at the WWM Series final in FESPA Berlin next year.

WrapFest is also promising to have a bigger and better evening event with Wrap Party, a chance for visitors to network and unwind following the likes of live demonstrations, simulator racing, and wrap competitions at the exhibition.

“With over 50 exhibitors and 75 brands expected to participate, including 3M, HP, Metamark, and Grafityp, WrapFest 2024 promises to showcase a wide array of business opportunities, products, tools, and solutions for vinyl installers and business owners,” says WrapFest. 

The event is promising developments in the industry including colour-changing paint protection film (PPF) as well as textured vinyl wrap set to be a popular attraction from several exhibitors.

WrapFest also states there will be a heightened focus on education and training via a partnership with The Wrap Institute, recognising the growing demand for skill development in wrapping, detailing, and the automotive industry.

Recently SignLink joined the team at Wrap Cast to discuss our experience at last year’s event as well as our experiences in the wrap and signage industries.

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