FESPA Digital Printing 2020 will be the stage for great solutions in digital printing
Barely a month before its debut, FESPA Digital Printing 2020 is preparing to bring to the public the most innovative and transformational novelties in the digital printing industry.
The industry's main exhibition takes place from March 18-21 at the Blue Pavilion of Expo Center Norte in São Paulo, and is eagerly awaited with positive expectations.
According to Alexandre Keese, director of FESPA Digital Printing, “we are 30 days from opening our doors and we continue to work hard to bring the best experience to visitors and exhibitors. Our figures, in line with the great outlook of economic recovery that we are witnessing, make us believe that it will be a fantastic event.”
As a result of this reassuring moment, the big players have chosen FESPA Digital Printing 2020 to showcase their innovations: “We talked to exhibitors and many reported that they will promote global launches and will present solutions for the first time at their booths in Brazil. This reinforces that we were right in choosing the strength of printing as the theme for the 2020 edition,” adds Keese.
By getting to know firsthand the novelties of the printing industry, visitors will be able to rethink their workflow and add new solutions that aim to increase efficiency in their production capacity.
Highly relevant content is also the focus of FESPA Digital Printing. Among the novelties is the FESPA Concept, a space for creative applications for the visitors to be inspired and get in touch with different digital printing capabilities so that they can leave the exhibtion and immediately add them to their product portfolio. Another premiere is the Arena Maker, with workshops showing the production of objects aimed at the visual communication market using thermoplastics. The initiative is sponsored by Cristal & Cores, ECNC, Maxfix, Senai, Sinteglas, PH Printers, PhotoPro and VP Máquinas.
Free conferences are already a tradition within FESPA Digital Printing, bringing current and relevant information on trends, data, management concepts and techniques. This year, the FESPA Digital Printing Forum − the sixth edition of the Digital Textile Conference − and a wide debate on how sustainability can be a competitive edge for the "printing business" are scheduled; on Saturday, in partnership with Senai, the event will focus on how to show different aspects of the print professional's daily routine. Still on conferences, there is the Sublimation Island ComunidadeWEB FESPA Brasil, with daily lectures on the opportunities in sublimation & transfer for those who work or want to work with gifts.
Rounding off 10 years of history, CAMBEA will gather the wrapping professionals from all over the country and abroad to battle for the great title, in a moment of competition but, above all, of celebration. The championship is organized by Alltak. Speaking of celebration, FESPA Digital Printing is the sponsor of the GF Bureau Criativo Award, from Grandes Formatos Magazine, which will choose and award the best works in visual communication in Brazil on March 19, at 7 p.m. Register now to visit.
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