FESPA Africa just grows and grows
Wide Format Online's African partners organise the FESPA Africa show and we are proud to say that our partners are experiencing unprecedented growth as the Southern African show attracts delegates from all over Africa as well as the rest of the world.
FESPA Africa are inviting delegates with the theme "We dare printers and sign makers to explore business opportunities; invest in new technology and services and respond to clients’ changing needs".
The event returns for its fourth year at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg, between the 13-15 September 2017. Co-located with Africa Print and Africa LED, you can connect with over 6,000 industry professionals all coming together to view the latest developments in technology, equipment, solutions and software. The event is sponsored by Roland and Mimaki.
Almost a third of small businesses who commit to technology show demonstrable growth. A third of small businesses that have a significant focus on digitally innovating their business reported growth of more than 10% in 2016. This is according to a white paper, titled ‘Tech-Savvy Businesses do it better,’ commissioned by market and technology leader in cloud accounting, Sage, and conducted by IDC.
The Sign Africa and FESPA Africa expo is ideal for those looking to invest in new technology and business opportunities, showcasing cutting-edge developments in all aspects of wide format digital printing, garment decoration, screen printing, signage and LED lighting.
Printers and sign makers looking to diversify into wide format printing, signage and graphics and vehicle wrapping will be spoilt for choice with many exhibitors catering to these markets and industry experts available to share extensive knowledge.
Hall 1 will feature a dedicated Textile Print Expo, showcasing all disciplines of print from screen printing, transfer printing, sublimation, direct digital printing and more. Printers in Africa are increasingly seeing textile printing as a new revenue stream. The advancements in ink and machine technology and wider availability of reliable printers has made this area a very attractive business opportunity.
The show would be ideal for those ex-pats visiting the old country as well as those of our suppliers and printers looking to expand into Africa.
Online registrations are open. To register free of charge, and for more information, visit: www.signafricaexpo.com or www.fespaafricaexpo.com