FESPA Global Print Expo Set to Return to Berlin, Germany in May 2022
FESPA today announces that the flagship FESPA events will return to Berlin, Germany in 2022.
FESPA today announces that the flagship Global Print Expo will return to Berlin, Germany in 2022, together with its co-located event for non-printed signage, European Sign Expo. The events will be taking place at the Messe Berlin from Tuesday 31 May to Friday 3 June 2022.
This event will be the 3rd FESPA event in the city and after a successful event in 2018, feedback from visitors and exhibitors highlighted Berlin to be a popular venue for FESPA to return to. The exhibition is expected to cover 8 halls of the Berlin Messe, showcasing screen, digital and textile printing, and non-printed signage solutions.
Neil Felton, CEO of FESPA comments: “After we hosted a successful event in Berlin in 2018, which achieved record international attendance numbers, we were keen to return in 2022. The city has always proved to be a popular location and is an excellent continental air and rail traffic hub, accessible from all major European and international cities. FESPA 2022 will continue to be an essential platform for printers looking to future-proof their businesses and aid business recovery and we’re looking forward to welcoming all participants, including those that are unable to attend FESPA 2021 due to travel and border restrictions.”
More detail on FESPA 2022 will be available after FESPA Global Print Expo 2021 takes place from 12 – 15 October 2021 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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