Personalisation

Inaugural Personalisation Experience set to help visitors seize customisation opportunities

by FESPA Staff | 19/05/2023
Inaugural Personalisation Experience set to help visitors seize customisation opportunities

The first Personalisation Experience event from FESPA opens on 23rd May at Messe Munich, Germany, comprising an exhibition space, a comprehensive conference programme, and the Personalisation Experience Zone. The event is co-located with FESPA Global Print Expo and European Sign Expo 2023.

The event is primarily designed to connect brand owners, retailers, marketers, agencies, and membership and loyalty organisations seeking to enhance or differentiate themselves with personalisation and customisation, with printers, OEMs and software providers. Participants will gain valuable practical knowledge and insight on how to put personalisation at the heart of their offering.

In the exhibition space, delegates can see the latest products enabling personalisation from suppliers including Antigro Designer, Brother, Doogma, DreamScape, Infigo, photocenter3D, OKI, Optius, Print&Logistics, Printbox, Taopix, Zakeke and XMPie.

In the Personalisation Experience Zone (Hall A3, Stand 100) visitors will experience product personalisation first-hand as they use digital kiosks to select, design, personalise, order and collect an item of their choice from a range including tote bags, shoes, notepads and paper bags. The digital personalisation environments and kiosks are provided by PhotoCenter3D and Brother, with products supplied and printed onsite by Brother (Hall B1 Stand D11) and Imprimo (Hall B2 Stand B33). Finished items can be collected from the relevant sponsor’s stand.


Duncan MacOwan, FESPA’s Head of Marketing & Events comments: “Personalisation Experience was designed with our communities’ needs and the wider industry in mind. We’ve been talking about personalisation for a while but, in conversations with our members and suppliers, we realised that while a lot of people are aware of the personalisation potential, there was a need to share real-life success stories and actionable advice, and to showcase the software and technology solutions that make personalisation accessible.”

In conjunction with the exhibition, Personalisation Experience conference delegates will hear from an array of knowledgeable experts about the psychology and behavioural science that makes personalisation so appealing, the commercial value of personalisation to brand owners and the wider supply chain, and how digital transformation, technology and software solutions enable customisation.

Mike Horsten, Head of Textiles at AGFA NV; Guy Alroy, Co-Founder of Early Vision; Chris Schowalter, Global Sales Director at Fiery Display Graphics; Stuart Maclaren, CEO of YPP; Eray Basar, CEO of IMG.LY and Angelo Coletta, CEO of Zakeke have now joined the line-up of 25 confirmed speakers.

Moderated by FESPA Personalisation Ambassador, Richard Askam, the conference will also feature speakers from brands including Canon, Greetz, Infigo, Ipsos, ProQure, PRINTFUL, Landa Digital Printing, Printess and Tony’s Chocolonely, as well as independent consultants.

The full Personalisation Experience conference schedule can be found here: https://www.personalisationexperience.com/2023-agenda. There is no need to pre-book individual sessions.

A three-day pass for the Personalisation Experience conference area costs €495, giving unlimited access to the conference, the Personalisation Experience exhibition area, and the co-located FESPA Global Print Expo and European Sign Expo 2023 exhibitions. To receive a €100 discount, visitors can use code PERA600 up until the event. Tickets to the Personalisation Experience conference and exhibition will be subsidised for FESPA members.

For more information on Personalisation Experience 2023 and to register, visit: https://www.personalisationexperience.com/

by FESPA Staff Back to News

Interested in joining our community?

Enquire today about joining your local FESPA Association or FESPA Direct

Enquire Today

Recent news

What does Artificial Intelligence mean for the Design and Print Industry
AI

What does Artificial Intelligence mean for the Design and Print Industry

Today, Artificial intelligence is already built into many products even though at times it is not noticeable. Looking towards the future, the growing presence of AI will change the design and printing industry forever. Sonja Angerer shares how you can successfully future-proof your business.

15-04-2024
How to minimise water usage in textile printing with the Mimaki TRAPIS
Textile Printing
3:26

How to minimise water usage in textile printing with the Mimaki TRAPIS

We speak to Arjen Evertse, General Sales Manager EMEA and Marc Verbeem, Supervisor Product Management from Mimaki Europe about the Mimaki TRAPIS, an environmentally friendly, two-step, waterless textile transfer printing solution.

15-04-2024
How to minimise water usage in textile printing with the Mimaki TRAPIS
How to decorate hats with anything, anywhere including 3D embellishments
Sportswear
1:24

How to decorate hats with anything, anywhere including 3D embellishments

We speak to Andy Rogers, Marketing Director at Stahls' UK & Europe about decorating hats and specifically the 360 IQ hat press at FESPA Global Print Expo 2024 at the RAI in the Netherlands.

12-04-2024
How to decorate hats with anything, anywhere including 3D embellishments
How to increase heat transfer efficiency with consistently accurate positioning
Sportswear
1:39

How to increase heat transfer efficiency with consistently accurate positioning

We speak to Andy Rogers, Marketing Director at Stahls' UK & Europe about the Pro Place IQ and the technology behind it. Andy shares how the Pro Place IQ projects the image on the screen, down onto the platen.

11-04-2024
How to increase heat transfer efficiency with consistently accurate positioning