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FESPA's Profit for Purpose inititaive reinvests into international community

by FESPA Staff | 02/09/2022

Renowned for our global exhibitions, FESPA’s offering to the print community is much deeper. FESPA’s Profit for Purpose initiative is an international reinvestment programme that uses revenue from FESPA events to support the global speciality print community to achieve sustainable and profitable growth.

So far, our Profit for Purpose programme has:
• Invested €7,000,000+ back into the print industry since 2015
• Connected over 14,400+ members worldwide
• Supported 200+ Associations’ activities since 2015
• Reached 77,000+ participants each year
 
Discover FESPA’s Profit for Purpose programme and how you can benefit by becoming a member of FESPA at: https://www.fespa.com/en/about/profit-for-purpose

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