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FESPA Eurasia postponed to December 2021

by FESPA | 27/08/2020
FESPA Eurasia postponed to December 2021

FESPA has taken the decision to postpone FESPA Eurasia, originally scheduled to take place from 3 – 6 December 2020. The exhibition, which is hosted in partnership with FESPA’s Turkish Association ARED, will now take place from 2 – 5 December 2021 at the Istanbul Expo Centre in Turkey.

The move reflects the ongoing uncertainty and business disruption caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic, and FESPA’s focus on safeguarding the health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and contractors.
 
FESPA CEO Neil Felton comments:

“The feedback from our FESPA Eurasia exhibitor and visitor community has been very positive and we’re enthusiastic about returning to Istanbul in December 2021 to provide a regional event platform that supports the market with business recovery and celebrates the industry.” 

 
The postponement of FESPA Eurasia follows the announcement that the next FESPA Global Print Expo will now take place at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam The Netherlands, from 9 – 12 March 2021.
 

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