The third FESPA Eurasia exhibition set to take place from 10-13 December in Istanbul will bring together wide format digital printing, screen printing, signage, commercial printing and textile printing industries and garment decoration markets.
The partner of the event, ARED, the Sign Association of Turkey, following two successful editions has boosted its activities for both its members and the industry. Their members are interested in the event both as exhibitors and visitors. Participants are pleased that ARED and FESPA brings a focused audience to the event. The visitors â€“ printers and sign-makers â€“ report that they can find whatever solutions they need, and take advantage of free training activities during the exhibition, said Ä°brahim Demirseren, ARED Vice President & FESPA Eurasia Board Member.
They are able to catch-up with the latest digital printing trends both in Turkey and worldwide, which helps them to develop their business via making calculated investments in printing and industrial advertising, as well as raise industry quality. ARED continues to invest resources in order to develop and promote the visual communications industry, as well as raising its market share. ARED arrange many events to fulfil this need.
FESPA Eurasia exhibition has been organised successfully for two years and has turned into a strong platform where ARED gather members of the community, share industry information and develop the market.
In addition to FESPA Eurasia, ARED conducts various training activities, having already established departments of outdoor advertising and signage in three vocational schools, and arranging various seminars within the printing sector. They also provide a legal service for their members, as well as disseminate information about new technologies and information in the global print market to members and the industry as a whole.
According to ARED Vice President, FESPA is a distinctive trade fair, different from other industry events. FESPA Eurasia seeks to develop the industry and increase awareness across sectors. Surplus revenues from the exhibition are re-invested in the industry through a number of activities conducted by both FESPA and ARED, who are non-profit establishments. Therefore, FESPA Eurasia is a very special event arranged for the benefit of the sector.
Representing screen printing, digital printing and textile printing industries in Turkey and Eurasia region, FESPA Eurasia has delivered an effective trade show, having been accepted as a professional and respectful platform in the two years it has been in the market.
ARED recorded an increase in its productivity and reached more industry professionals due to the FESPA Eurasia event, meeting new potential clients on the stand during the show.
According to Ä°brahim Demirseren, there is a need for more information and new technology in order to expand the Turkish printing and signage industry, which is why ARED have strong connections with international markets.
As a member of FESPA, ARED take part in raising the competitive power of their industry within the global market; revealing the future potential of print. They also have access to FESPA research and worldwide projects, which they share with their members and use to boost market consciousness.
FESPA, a global federation of 37 member associations for the screen printing, digital printing and textile printing community, aims to promote screen printing and digital imaging and to share knowledge about screen and digital printing with its members.
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