On the 10th anniversary, Fespa invites print service provider (PSP) to become a hero in the Fespa digital print Digital 2016 in Amsterdam scheduled from 8-11 March. The four-day event will be separated between the seven spaces, includes more than 40, 000 sq/meter area at the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition Centre, the Netherlands.
The theme of the event is based on the three superheroes, showing off the technology at the exhibition; Digiman (digital printing), textiles (textile printing) Women and ESEman (signage). The Fespa visitors will also have access to the blog from Digimon, textiles and Women ESEman, discuss industry trends and themes.
Opportunities at the exhibition
European Sign Expo, will take place along with the Fespa Digital 2016, showing innovation in non-print embossed. First held, Fespa textiles, will offer visitors of textile printing is dedicated to digital decoration including clothing, textiles and interior signage.
This event focused on digital technology and applications, unlike the global exhibition that is larger and more comprehensive and Fespa Digital was unveiled at the same venue in 2006. After the completion of the Fespa Amsterdam, the event was held in Geneva (2008), Amsterdam (2009), Hamburg (2011), Barcelona (2012) and Munich (2014).
Fespa, the Director of the Division, Roz Mcguinness said, “we are excited to be back in the same place where it all began, Amsterdam, for the year of the next event. From 2006, it’s fantastic to see how both technology and the event has been maturing during that time period. Currently, we have 200 plus exhibitors from at our launch event.”
Roz concluded, “in 2016, we would like to recreate a new story and the impact with the event. The superhero theme emphasized on digital; along with textiles and signage, has become a real opportunity for wide format printers for 10 years. Superhero characters can be applied to print our digital society. Digital technology gives the printer, extra strength and potential to develop their enterprises and like our superheroes, they’re more powerful when combined.”