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FESPA China 2014 reports 23% hike in visitor numbers
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Jan '15
FESPA China 2014, which took place from November 19 to 21, 2014, attracted 11,667 individual visitors from 91 countries, up 23 per cent from the first FESPA China exhibition in 2013.

With over 500 exhibitors, the 2014 show was 30 per cent larger than the 2013 edition, providing more screen and digital wide format solutions than ever.

Over the three days, attendance reached 15,166, with visitors returning to the event over multiple days to see a wide range of applications for screen, digital and textile print.

Nigel Steffens, board advisor at FESPA said, “It is great to see such growing interest in FESPA China and we are thrilled to have expanded the event and its audience to make it the biggest FESPA China to date.”

“With every FESPA event we build on past shows to ensure that we meet the requirements of today’s printers,” he added.

“With the number of visitors, it’s clear to see that Asian printers value FESPA events as an environment to see technological developments and access content that will support their business growth,” he noted.

Rosaria Pozzoni, business operation manager at J-Teck3 srl stated, “We collected over a hundred leads during the show and although a majority of Chinese visitors visited our stand, there were also visitors from other countries.”

“This is a key yearly show for us and I met with distributors from 30 countries, as well as generated a lot of new opportunities,” William Barker, sales manager at Watts Urethane Products Ltd informed.

Elisa Beretti from Kiian Digital was of the opinion that of all the FESPA shows they have attended this year, FESPA China has been the most interesting in terms of new and fruitful contacts.

“We had the opportunity to introduce new products, meet potential customers and create awareness about our brand. All in all, FESPA China 2014 was a success for us,” said Federica Beretta, operative marketing manager at Reggiani Macchine SPA.

The next FESPA China exhibition, will take place from 21-23 October 2015 at the Shanghai New Int’l Expo Centre, in Shanghai, China. (AR)

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