Events

At our events, we promote a safe space, where competitors become colleagues. There’s no hard sell, only the sharing of learning that everyone can take away to improve their business.

Upcoming Events

In-Person Events

October 12, 2021

FESPA Global Print Expo 2021

FESPA Global Print Expo 2021 is Europe’s largest international speciality print exhibition. The event will be open from the 12th - 15th October 2021 at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam. Hundreds of exhibitors will showcase their latest innovations and product launches for the digital and screen printing sectors for graphics, signage, décor, packaging, industrial and textile applications. There are special offers and discounts for FESPA UK Members.

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Online Events

September 29, 2021

Live session: Water technology with Durst

Join our talk with Durst about one of their last major developments - water-based inks marketed under the term “Water Technology” for customers in the packaging industry (for example, single-pass corrugated) and textile industry (Alpha Series).

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past Events

In-Person Events

July 27, 2020

The Future of Print Conference

Our Industry 4.0 conference addressed the challenges, and proposed strategies to address the way manufacturing is moving into a digitally managed age.

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In-Person Events

June 25, 2019

Corrugated & Print Show 2019

FESPA UK Association and the Sheet Plant Association recognised the need to unify the emerging technologies of the digital print and corrugated packaging communities. Visitors had access to a fantastic display of both Print and Corrugated technologies from over 70 exhibitors.

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In-Person Events

May 10, 2019

Passion for Print Textile Conference 2019

Our Passion for Print conference focused on interior textile design & print and explored a range of exciting and innovative topics within the world of interior textile printing. Few print sectors have seen as much innovation and new product development brought forward by major equipment manufacturers as textiles over the last few years.

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