Wide format show Fespa will be holding a comprehensive seminar programme, delivering what it says are key insights and market knowledge across the sign-making, digital, screen, industrial, textile and interior printing industries.
This seminar offers educational content from keynote speakers, which will be delivered daily in one seminar theatre. It will present a varied schedule of short seminar content created with specialty printers and sign-makers in mind.
It will focus on the use of digital, screen and textile print technology in a variety of scenarios. Fespa says delegates attending these seminars have exclusive access to and will benefit from specialist learning opportunities, insights and discussions with respected industry figureheads who will be on hand to provide invaluable knowledge and understanding across a wide portfolio of printing applications.
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Duncan MacOwan, head of events and new media at Fespa says, “This year we have consolidated our educational offering into one main seminar theatre. The theatre, located on the show floor, will address the needs of visitors to Fespa 2017, European Sign Expo and Printeriors.
“Consolidating the theatres also means that visitors can plan their visit to Fespa efficiently and do not have to worry about missing valuable content due to clashes.
“Providing a knowledge sharing hub, the Fespa 2017 seminar programme allows like-minded industry professionals to gain access to and discuss a mix of technical and business knowledge, ensuring individuals have the tools to take their print business to the next level.
“Covering topics from direct-to-garment and promotional products to industrial inkjet and business solutions, the programme is specifically tailored to the needs of attendees, delivering professional insight that can help to shape and transform industry practice moving forward.”
The seminars include, how to create a great retail experience by Mal MacGowan, owner, McGowans; Print: a designers’ creative journey to market by Debbie McKeegan, creative director at Digetex; European sign code of practice by Luc Steegmans owner at ELBO Signs and Technology - ESF European Sign Federation; and new measurement method of light emission by Ralph Hug, engineer at Swiss Association VWP.
The seminars will be free and start from 2pm on Monday 8 May and run until 1pm on Friday 12 May. It will be held at Messe Hamburg.