1st quarter 2024 Themen

FESPA 2024 – Conference programme

In addition to the recurring programme items Personalisation Experience Conference, World Wrap Masters, Sustainability Spotlight and Club FESPA Lounge, the FESPA 2024 supporting programme offers three new events: Digital Signage Lounge, Personalise Make Wear and the Sportswear Pro Conference. All events will take place as part of FESPA Global Print Expo and the parallel events European Sign Expo, Personalisation Experience and Sportswear Pro from 19 to 22 March 2024 in Amsterdam.

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Secabo DTF and heat transfers

Innovations on trend topics such as DTF, sustainability and individualisation can be found at Secabo. At the FESPA Global Print Expo in Amsterdam, the Bavarian specialist for advertising technology hardware is presenting a plotter for DTF users. A live test with transfer presses will demonstrate the energy consumption of the new Energy Saver models. New heat presses from the LITE series can provide a cost-effective introduction to customisation. To discuss trends and new business ideas, Secabo and its sister companies are inviting visitors to the NEPATA Group Café in Hall 12 Stand E50.

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Fogra Academy training programme 2024

The new Fogra Academy programme has been published. The twelve training courses in spring and autumn are aimed at experienced professionals as well as newcomers from print shops, publishing houses, agencies and the supply industry. The range of topics covers Fogra’s core competencies: colour management, printing and finishing.

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FESPA Sportswear Pro Conference

FESPA has confirmed the programme for its first Sportswear Pro conference, which will take place on 21 March 2024. Taking place alongside the new Sportswear Pro trade show (19-22 March 2024, RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands), the conference will provide attendees with insights into the latest developments in the sportswear market and innovations in customised and on-demand sportswear manufacturing.

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Online Print Symposium 2024 AI revolutionises print

This year’s Online Print Symposium (OPS) on 14 and 15 March 2024 at the Science Congress Center Munich will focus on the future. The OPS will once again offer a globally unique stage for current expert knowledge, future topics and pioneering start-ups. As the meeting place for the global online print scene, the OPS is also “the place to be”. With participants from the DACH region, including the UK, Benelux, France, Poland, Scandinavia, the USA and Japan, the internationalisation of the event is progressing steadily.

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Multi-Plot at the R+T in Stuttgart

The Bad Emstal-based company Multi-Plot will once again be exhibiting at the “R+T” trade fair in Stuttgart this year. The world’s leading trade fair for roller shutters, doors and sun protection systems will open its doors from 19 to 23 February. Multi-Plot, the specialist for digital textile printing systems, will be providing information on the many different options for printing outdoor and indoor textiles, such as privacy and sun protection, roller blinds, curtains, screens and awnings.

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FESPA 2024 Brother direct-to-garment printing

Brother will showcase an innovative product portfolio at FESPA 2024 and announces its participation as one of the pioneers in Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printing. Global Print Expo will be the first opportunity to showcase Brother’s industry-leading innovations and new capabilities on one of the largest exhibition floors.

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Daiber Main Catalog 2024 – Climate-Neutral and Full of Innovations

The new Daiber Main Catalog 2024 is now available, presenting the 2024 collection, which is expected to be available until the end of March. In addition to functional corporate fashion and warming workwear, the expanded product portfolio offers a wide range of colors. Together with ClimatePartner, Daiber also offsets the CO₂ emissions generated during catalog production this year and supports tree planting projects in Germany and China.

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bvdm economic telegram January 2024 – Business climate starts unchanged

At the start of 2024, the seasonally and calendar-adjusted business climate in the German print and media industry remained unchanged. While the business outlook for the next six months declined slightly, assessments of the current business situation rose slightly. The business climate index calculated by the German Printing and Media Industries Federation stagnated at the previous month’s level, adjusted for seasonal and calendar effects. At 86.6 points, the index in January was around 6.7 per cent below the previous year’s figure.

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