Fespa Asia has released details of its conference programme ahead of the event taking place at the BITEC exhibition centre in Bangkok, from February 22-24.
Fespa says it has created the the conference programme looking at the needs and interests of wide format printers and sign-makers, and says it will deliver key insights and market knowledge across digital, screen, industrial, textile and interior décor printing industries, as well as signage.
According to the organiser, delegates attending the seminars will hear exclusive insights from leading local consultants, listen to inspiring stories from end users, as well as pick up practical advice from respected industry leaders who will provide invaluable knowledge across a wide portfolio of printing applications.
Visitors can attend the seminars, presented in English and Thai, free of charge with a valid Fespa Asia 2018 entry ticket. The Fespa Asia 2018 conference schedule compromises 23 individual sessions, starting at 11am on Thursday, February 22, and running until 2.30pm on Saturday February 24.
Seminars will include Hybrid digital technology (merging screen print and digital) by Mark Gervais, director of Screen Print, Ningbo Shenzhou Knitting; How to start a successful direct to garment printing business by Dmitry Sarbaev, managing director, Fluxmall DTG Vietnam; and Hybrid printing for interior decoration by Cholokarn Visutipitakul, marketing and creative director, Bodhi Tree Décor.
Click here to view the full Fespa Asia 2018 conference programme
Roz Guarnori, divisional director for Fespa, says, “Our comprehensive seminar schedule at Fespa Asia will provide visitors direct access to industry experts in a variety of fields. There is something for everyone – whether they are a wide format print service provider in the gift and retail sector, in the textile print business, or working in interior décor. Our visitors will be able to attend sessions and discussions that are most relevant to their business, while being inspired by insights from the wider print industry. It’s a fantastic opportunity for our industry in the region to come together to learn, collaborate and discuss the vision for the future of speciality printing.”