Thirty-eight individual seminars will be held at this year’s FESPA in Germany which organisers say will cover the needs and interests of the global specialty print community.
The seminars will be held in the Trend Theatre at the at Messe München which runs from May 14 to 17 and are free for those with a valid FESPA and European Sign Expo 2019 ticket.
The keynote speech is set to be given by Dominik Rietzel, Head of Additive Manufacturing – Non-Metal at BMW Group on the future of 3D printing on Thursday 16 May at 2pm.
Daily trends forecast sessions will also be hosted by KeyPoint Intelligence on a selection of topics including: workflow, the state of the wide format industry, textile, decorative applications and packaging.
There will also be daily panel discussions with industry speakers, chaired by Sonja Angerer, Owner of RRRabbitproductions. Topics are set to include working for a living in print, interior decoration and certificates, automation and how to create a future for printing companies.
FESPA head of events Duncan MacOwan says, "Visitors to FESPA exhibitions are continually looking to increase their industry knowledge and find inspiration for new opportunities to grow their businesses and with a wide range of seminars and panel discussions in one place, the Trend Theatre provides a great opportunity for visitors to achieve this. We are confident that with our range of sessions and speakers, we are delivering meaningful content, providing visitors with valuable insight to expand their businesses.”
The complete FESPA 2019 Trend Theatre programme can be found here: www.fespaglobalprintexpo.com/trend-theatre.
For more information on FESPA Global Print Expo 2019 and to register to attend visit: www.fespaglobalprintexpo.com. For free entry to the exhibition, use code FESM909 when registering.
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