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52% of exhibitors expand stand space at FESPA Eurasia
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52 per cent of exhibitors at FESPA Eurasia 2015, which begins December 10, 2015 in Istanbul, have expanded their booth size, following the success they received at FESPA Eurasia 2014.

“FESPA Eurasia will provide visitors with the latest technology and product innovations from international and local manufacturers,” a press release from the organiser, FESPA stated.

With still four months to go, 83 per cent of floor space has already been allocated, 19 per cent ahead of the 2014 show, at the same time out from the earlier show.

According to FESPA, a few exhibitors have even doubled their stand space compared to 2014 and include; Dost Teknik, Inka Teknik, Istanbul Reklam, Pass Reklam, Uras Tekstil and Yontime.

The others who have increased booth size are Canapa, Canon Eurasia, Deniz Reklam, Eray Reklam, Folpa, Karya Tekstil, Novarota, Optimum Digital Planet, Roland DG, Sayar Matbaa and Tecpro Bilgi Teknolojileri.

27 per cent of participating exhibitors are first time participants, with some taking more than 50 sq metres of space, including, Devpa, Mimaki Europe, Remifol Folyo, Smart Teknik, Vardimli and Lotus.

“These larger stand sizes and new exhibitors offer visitors a wider selection of wide format screen and digital print, as well as solutions for textile, commercial, industrial and 3D printing,” the organiser explained.

FESPA Group exhibition manager, Michael Ryan said, “It is great to see so many exhibitors increasing their space for this year's show, as this demonstrates the value they see in FESPA Eurasia.”

“Last year, the visitor attendance increased from the inaugural event in 2013, therefore it's clear that the market is seeing the benefits of a FESPA show in the region,” he observed.

“FESPA Eurasia will enable exhibitors and visitors to create real business opportunities, and with the breadth of exhibitors this year, there is certainly something for everyone,” Ryan added.

FESPA Eurasia is expected to help graphics professionals in the Eurasia region to see the latest technologies and applications to help develop their business in both the domestic and international markets. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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