Fespa Asia is returning to Bangkok in February 2018 following its successful debut at the beginning of the year.
The organisers say they will deliver the Asean region’s premier event for the wide format, screen, textile print and signage markets.
International brands confirmed to participate include M&R, Siser, d.gen, Multicam, JK Group, Caldera, Fimor, Sensient and Hexis, the official World Wrap Masters Partner.
The inaugural Fespa Asia, which took place in February, attracted 4,500 regional and international visitors. Attendees travelled from 63 countries, with the largest delegations coming from Thailand, Singapore, India, China and Malaysia.
Fespa says the reputation of the exhibition following the 2017 edition is affirmed by the high level of interest from new exhibitors, with Stahls, Monti Antonio, Foilack, Chemica and many others already placing confirmed stand bookings for the 2018 event.
“Success is also reflected in the re-book rate with 60 per cent of exhibitors to Fespa Asia 2017 having confirmed stands for 2018.”
Roz Guarnori, divisional director, Fespa, says, “Having delivered a successful event in 2017, we are delighted to have such strong commitment from many major international companies for FESPA Asia 2018 and such resounding endorsement from a broad spectrum of regional Associations. Visitors from across the Asean region can benefit enormously from the opportunity to access such diverse international exhibitors all under one roof in Bangkok.”
Visitors to Fespa Asia 2018 will also have access to a focused programme of educational content including a textile printing workshop, the Wrap Masters Asia and a series of seminars featuring notable speakers from Asia and beyond. International visitors travelling to FESPA Asia can take advantage of discounted flights with Thai Airways.
For more information on Fespa Asia 2018, visit www.fespa-asia.com. For free entry to the exhibition, register online using code: ASAM801.
To demonstrate its commitment to the Asian market, Fespa says it has strengthened its direct communications in the region by appointing an Asian business development manager, Hannah Pan, to liaise and assist exhibitors in the local language. Fespa is also working with local marketing and advertising agencies in the pan-regional promotion of the exhibition.