The show will provide valuable educational content and hands-on features, showcasing innovative real-life examples of print at the ExCeL London exhibition centre, 25-29 June 2013.
Bringing to life the central ‘Destination London’ campaign theme, visitors will start their business journey at the North hall N1 entrance. FESPA ‘airline stewards’ will be on hand to help guide visitors around the exhibition floor exploring the many possibilities of print.
Set to land in London for the first time, the Jet Set conference will be held on the show floor on stand B75N. For the duration of the show seminars will address key areas of opportunity for today’s Print Service Provider (PSP) including topics on digital textile, digital printing, business building skills and industrial printing. Speakers already confirmed include Paul Noble - Banner Box, Nick Del Verme - Advanced Digital Textiles, Nick Devine - The Print Coach, Andrew Hodson - Icon-world, Chris Martin - Syntax121 and NooPix Ltd, Melanie Bowles – Chelsea College of Art and Tim Claypole - WCPC, Swansea University.
A short walk across the hall will take you to FESPA Fabric, the show within a show for garment printing and decorating. PSPs considering the opportunities in promotional products should take a stroll through the Promotional Products Business Academy (PPBA). The PPBA is being delivered in partnership with the CTCO and visitors to the feature will be guided through different zones – Garment and Gift – where they can explore the full array of promotional merchandise on show including: writing and office products, electronics, promotional clothing, fashion, sport and outdoor wear, eco-friendly garments, accessories and headwear.
Travelling through FESPA Fabric, visitors looking for more information and advice on garment applications can enjoy a hands-on experience at the Pilot’s Briefing Zone. Building on the past success of Charlie’s Corner, this year Charlie Taublieb will be joined by other leaders in the garment community incorporating theory with valuable practical workshops where visitors will design and print their own t-shirts. The workshops will get progressively more technical throughout the week so visitors can experiment with the technology as well as benefitting from expert advice.
The garment conference will provide delegates with a sound understanding about garment print processes, trends and new technologies and innovations. One panel session not to be missed is the screen printers’ panel where four of garment printing’s biggest world players - Ningbo (China), ETF (Turkey), Latitudes (USA) and Lynka (Poland) will discuss what’s new and innovative in the industry.
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