07 Jan 2018
January 7, 2018

FESPA Awards: Going for Gold

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As the deadline to enter the FESPA Awards 2018 approaches, Rob Fletcher takes a closer look at the lucky few who took home Gold at this year’s edition of the FESPA Awards.

Each year, the FESPA Awards welcome hundreds of entries from all around the world, as companies compete to have their name up in lights. The Awards pay tribute to the best in print, graphics and sign-making work by highlighting some of the most creative applications from the past 12 months.

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The Dalai Lama once said, “When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new."

This is something that at FESPA rings true. Effectively listening to you, our global print community, means that we can represent your needs and understand the growth opportunities and challenges that you are facing.

To do this we must maintain a constant and open dialogue with our global network of stakeholders including: our national Associations and their members, exhibitors and visitors at our international exhibitions, delegates at our events, analysts and industry editors.

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FESPA Global Print Expo

FESPA has launched its visitor campaign for the FESPA 2018 Global Print Expo, which will take place over four days from 15 to 18 May 2018 in Berlin, Germany.

The campaign strapline, ‘Where Print Takes Off’, signifies FESPA’s role as the international platform for new technology, ideas and applications across the digital wide format, screen printing and textile printing markets.

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2018-Awards-logoPrint service providers looking to showcase the best of their print and sign-making talents have just over one month left to enter the FESPA Awards 2018.

The FESPA Awards is an independent print industry awards programme that celebrates the achievements and exceptional work created by print service providers (PSPs) and sign-makers worldwide.

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While a surprising number of prepress operators and designers still spend a huge amount of time and materials “trying to get the colours right”, this should really be a quite straight forward process today.
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