Fespa Eurasia print fair will bring together more than 10 thousand visitors with the leading players of Eurasia Region at Istanbul Expo Center (IFM) between 5-8 December.
The world of industrial advertising and digital printing will meet at Fespa Eurasia, the major printing fair of the Eurasian Region between 5-8 December. Fespa Eurasia 2019, which is a waited excitedly event, brings the sector together for the 7th time. Turkey’s industry leaders and global brands, showcases its new technologies and innovative practices in the FESPA Eurasia.
Reached 100 percent occupancy
Fespa Eurasia, which will reach a record number with more than 10 thousand visitors this year, has reached 100 percent occupancy in the area of participation.
Mimaki Eurasia, Lidya Group, SDS, Mat Paper, Promakim, Optimum Digital Planet, Pimms Group, Folpa, Karya Textile, Effe Makine, Istanbul Reklam, Brother, Dupont, ROK Makina, OKI, Zenit LED, Fujifilm industry leaders such as the most will welcome its visitors with new products and services. Fespa Eurasia will also host many launches.
Meeting Point of Eurasian
Betül Binici, Fespa Eurasia Fair Manager, stated that all the preparations for the fair, which is waited excitedly by the world of industrial advertising and printing, have been completed and that the exhibition will stimulate the domestic market and increase the export and enlarge the sector. Emphasizing that Fespa Eurasia is one of the most important fairs followed in a wide geography in Eurasia region Binici said, “As the leading international platform in the field of printing and industrial advertising, we will bring our exhibitors together with print specialists in the Eurasian region and we will carry out important export-oriented activities at the fair. FESPA Eurasia, because it is an activity that determines trends of the next year in all regions, the fair not only from Turkey, more than 2000 international visitors come for investment from Eurasia. We will bring together the best brands of the sector and buyers in Istanbul and add movement to the whole Eurasia region.”