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Sell-out FESPA eurasia 2019 is 30% larger than 2018 edition

by FESPA | 11/11/2019
Sell-out FESPA eurasia 2019 is 30% larger than 2018 edition

In less than a month’s time, visitors to FESPA Eurasia 2019 (5-8 December 2019, IFM Expo Istanbul, Turkey) will discover a vibrant, sell-out exhibition packed with innovations from more than 250 exhibiting brands.

The 2019 edition is 30 per cent larger than the last event in December 2018, and will accommodate 20 more exhibitors, providing the region’s speciality print community with a substantial showcase of technologies and consumables for screen, digital and textile print.
 
Now in its seventh year, FESPA Eurasia continues to gain momentum in the regional market. A total of 112 exhibiting companies will participate at FESPA Eurasia 2019 for the first time, giving returning visitors access to an expanded choice of suppliers and even more solutions to explore.
 
FESPA CEO Neil Felton comments: “Demand from exhibitors for space at FESPA Eurasia has been exceptional this year, supported by the hard work undertaken by our Turkish National Association partner ARED to develop the event. The market’s response has been so positive that it has been necessary to make use of the reception hall area at IFM Expo to expand the floor plan! Visitors can look forward to the most comprehensive exhibitor line-up.”
 
Visitor registration is free of charge online at eurasia.fespa.com/registration using promotional code EURM901.
 

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