Voting now open for the People’s Choice Award
The FESPA Awards 2016 is now closed for entries and FESPA is inviting the print public to vote for their favourite to win the People’s Choice Award.
With 45% more admissions than for the FESPA Awards 2014, the amount of entries for the FESPA Awards 2016 has exceeded all expectations.
The shortlisted entries are now live at www.judgify.me/public-voting/fespaawards where the global print community can have their say and vote for their favourite to win the People’s Choice Award.
Printers can vote for the entry that they believe highlights the most creative use of print from across the 15 application-led categories, including the new non-printed signage category, which has received a fantastic response in its first year.
This is the third year the FESPA Awards programme is open to any print service provider, anywhere in the world, and FESPA is delighted by the volume and quality of entries.
The People’s Choice Award winner, alongside the winners from all other categories and Best in Show category, which is decided by the Judges, will be announced at the Gala Dinner on Tuesday 9 March at the Beurs van Berlage in the heart of Amsterdam.
Along with VIP guests and FESPA Associations from around the world, shortlisted entrants and the whole FESPA community are invited to attend the glittering FESPA Awards Gala Dinner.
Fantastic entertainment, great food and an electric atmosphere will combine with black ties and evening gowns to make an unforgettable night celebrating the very best printers in the world.
The ticket price of €100 includes exclusive access to the historic Beurs van Berlage for a cocktail reception, three-course dinner including drinks, entertainment, and party with live music.
The Gala Dinner also provides printers with the opportunity to meet with peers from around the world including shortlisted Awards entrants.
The FESPA Awards celebrate the achievements of the global print and signage community, demonstrating the power of print.
Duncan MacOwan comments: "Inviting printers to vote for the People's Choice Award brings our community together to talk about creativity and excellence, and encourages printers to share best practice with their peers.”
“There are so many talented printers out there, and we feel that recognising this through our Awards is a great example of FESPA's Profit for Purpose philosophy and a positive way of giving meaningful support to the global wide format print industry by showcasing the power of print."
The FESPA Awards celebrate the achievements of the global print and signage community, demonstrating the power of print. Visitors to FESPA Digital 2016 looking for inspiration will be able to see the shortlisted entries in Hall 6 (next to the Printeriors showcase), from 8-11 March at Amsterdam Rai.
To vote for your favourite entry to win the People’s Choice Award visit: www.judgify.me/public-voting/fespaawards
For more information on FESPA Digital and to register to attend visit" www.fespadigital.com. For free entry, don’t forget to use code ADOZ0115.
Your ticket will include access to FESPA Digital, European Sign Expo, FESPA Textile and Printeriors 2016. Online registration will close on the 7th of March and tickets on the door will be charged at €40.
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