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FESPA Eurasia 2015 sees 11.5% hike in visitors
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FESPA Eurasia 2015, which took place December 10-13, 2015, saw unique visitor numbers grow 11.5 per cent over the previous edition to reach 9,200, while floor space too was higher by 7 per cent over 2014.

“Participating companies represented all industry segments, including international exhibitors from Belgium, South Korea, China, Sweden, UK, France and Germany,” a FESPA press release said.

In addition to large format digital printing solutions, innovations in textile printing, commercial applications and finishing equipment were high on visitors' agendas.

According to the organisers, the exhibition saw the strongest textile presence of any FESPA Eurasia show to date, covering both digital and screen printing throughout the halls.

FESPA exhibition manager, Michael Ryan said, “FESPA Eurasia attracted 65 per cent of senior company representatives and high level decision makers, which is extremely encouraging for us.”

“It demonstrates that we have pitched the event and the educational sessions to the right level and we are also delighted that we have delivered yet another successful event,” Ryan added.

“With 8 per cent more revisits to the show over the four days than in previous years, highlights how comprehensive the display of products was for visitors to explore,” FESPA observed.

In addition, there was an extended program of educational features which covered the Wrap Masters professional wrap event, where individuals competed to win the prestigious title of Eurasia Wrap Master.

There was also the signage demo where a number of different signage applications were covered such as signboard painting, neon sign making and LED's, while dedicated textile seminars offered insights.

According to Ryan, every single day of the show was busy, as visitors attended new textile sessions and discussed the numerous possibilities in signage, looking for the opportunities to enhance their business.

Halil Eligur, president of ARED too said, “We are extremely happy to be collaborating with FESPA on this tremendous event, which we believe will change the industry's standards of exhibitions in Turkey.” (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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