FESPA Eurasia, the leading printing exhibition of the Eurasia Region, will bring the printing world together for the 9ᵗʰ time on December 1-4. The exhibition, which will be held in larger halls with high demand this year, reached a 92 percent occupancy rate as of October. FESPA Eurasia 2022, where all the innovations of the industrial signage and digital printing world will be exhibited together, will bring together more than 10 thousand industry professionals in a larger area in the 4ᵗʰ and 8ᵗʰ halls of the Istanbul Expo Center (IFM). Visitors will have the opportunity to examine the latest solutions for wide-format digital printing, screen printing, textile printing, garment decoration, vehicle wrapping, 3D printing, promotion, LED, signage technologies, consumables and software under one roof.
For the first time, Epson will be at FESPA Eurasia 2022 with its own booth this year
FESPA Eurasia Exhibition Manager Betül Binici, reminding that the FESPA Eurasia 2021, which took place after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, was completed with a record, said that they hosted approximately 10 thousand visitors last year with the participation of more than 500 brands. Binici stated that they refreshed the record with 2 thousand 188 foreign visitors and a 22.5% foreign visitor rate and disclosed: “Industry leaders and global brands showcase their latest technologies and applications at FESPA Eurasia. The exhibition, increasing its success every year, will break a new record with wider opportunities this year.” Binici also noted that Epson, one of the leading brands of the industry, will also take part in the exhibition with its own booth for the first time this year.
Last year, the exhibition brought together important brands from the industrial signage and printing industry after two years and brought 1 billion dollars into the sector with visitors from more than 60 countries. The latest technology and remarkable application examples exhibited by numerous other brands as well as Mimaki, the main sponsor of FESPA Eurasia 2021, at the exhibition were met with great interest. The purchases made at the exhibition, where new business relations were signed, also brought vitality to the economy.
FESPA Eurasia, which was established in partnership with the global printing federation FESPA and ARED (ARED Sign Association of Turkey), held its first exhibition in 2013. FESPA Eurasia has held a total of 8 exhibitions since then, and it will bring together the world of signage and digital printing for the 9th time in 2022. Textilegence, one of the industry’s leading publications, will follow the event on-site at Hall 8 E41 and take the pulse of the industry.