Fourth Fespa Global Summit a success

By 02 Dec 2011

Fespa's leadership event, Global Summit marked a successful completion of its fourth event with 152 delegates participating in the summit.

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Stretched over two days, November 17-18, the event was held at the Dolce Sitges Hotel near Barcelona.

"The positive feedback we have received from everyone who attended the Summit has been gratifying. Fespa’s main objective to engage in issues affecting the wide format population and to encourage printers to explore the wider opportunities in their business was met with the summit’s huge participation. The Summit provided the perfect platform to showcase some of the fresh themes and content, which will be tackled in a lot more detail at the forthcoming Fespa Digital 2012 in Barcelona," commented Neil Felton, managing director, Fespa.

The Global Summit was initiated by Fespa to connect and support its global community of print service providers. The three core precepts of the Summit were sharing knowledge, education and best practice. 94.5% of the delegates said that the information and insights presented at the event will help them to add real value to their organisation, quoted Fespa.

Founded through Fespa’s ‘Profit for a Purpose’ reinvestment programme, the Barcelona Global Summit event was the fourth, following similar events in Miami, Singapore and Istanbul over the last two years.

Forthcoming FESPA events include:
•    FESPA Digital 2012, 21-24 February 2012, Barcelona, Spain
•    FESPA Fabric 2012, 21-24 February 2012, Barcelona, Spain
•    FESPA Mexico 2012, 20-22 September 2012, Mexico City, Mexico
•    FESPA 2013, 25-29 June 2013, London, UK
•    FESPA Digital 2014, 20-23 May 2014, Munich, Germany


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