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FESPA Eurasia 2014 sees 30% growth in visitors
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Dec '14
According to organisers of FESPA Eurasia 2014, which took place December 4-7 in Istanbul witnessed over 8,600 visitors attending the event, up 30 per cent from last year.

To begin with, FESPA Eurasia secured commitment from many local and international brands in the industry, about 20 per cent more than the first edition in 2013.

“The event provided PSPs the chance to explore display of products and services across wide format digital printing, screen printing, signage, textile printing and garment decoration sectors,” the organizers say.

80 per cent of the visitors came from cities across Turkey and the remaining 20 per cent from 78 countries, with top representation from Iran, Greece, Bulgaria, Tunisia and Russia, respectively.

Michael Ryan, FESPA Group exhibition manager said, “We are extremely happy with the increased number of unique visitors to the event.”

“The feedback we have received from exhibitors is that quality of visitors has been fantastic too as they saw business owners and decision-makers from many countries on their stand,” he added.

Exhibitors at FESPA Eurasia 2014 also expressed their satisfaction with the trade event. Serkan Filiz at Canon Eurasia said, “The show has been profitable for us as we had very good reactions from customers.”

Michele Riva, sales director, Reggiani Macchine said, “We are enjoying the success of FESPA Eurasia. Our staff welcomed numerous visitors from all over the world and three machines were sold during the show.”

“We sold 7 machines at the show, so we have been happy with the quality of the visitors. There were a large number of attendees from Middle East, Ukraine and Russia,” Taner Güven from Optimum Digital Planet said. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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