Events for Fespa Eurasia 2018 confirmed

Fespa has confirmed its features programme for Fespa Eurasia 2018, which will take place from 6 to 9 December at the Istanbul Expo Centre in Istanbul, Turkey.

05 Oct 2018 | By Sujith Ail

Visitors to Fespa Eurasia will be able to experience, for the first time in the region, Print Make Wear Istanbul as well as returning features, the World Wrap Masters Eurasia and signage demo workshop.

Following its successful launch at Fespa Global Print Expo 2018 and a popular response at Fespa Mexico, Print Make Wear will make its debut at Fespa Eurasia comprising live demonstrations of the latest in fast fashion production and garment decoration.

Visitors to Print Make Wear Istanbul will be able to experience the entire garment production process from design through to the finished garments and given the opportunity to engage directly with experts to learn more.

Print Make Wear Istanbul will highlight both digital and screen print technologies including the design and workflow software, direct to textile printing and a live screen printing automatic and manual production.

Fespa’s worldwide vehicle wrap event, the World Wrap Masters returns to Eurasia. World Wrap Masters Eurasia will offer regional wrap installers the opportunity to showcase their expertise and creativity to the global wrap community while competing to be crowned the winner.

16 contestants will battle it out in the competition, which will take place daily during the four-day show, where they will wrap a variety of objects. On the first two show days, visitors can take part in onsite training opportunities from international and regional wrap professionals, where they will share top tips and expert advice.

Organised by Fespa’s national Association, ARED, the signage demos will showcase the latest in both traditional and modern sign-making including signwriting techniques, neon and LED signage production.

The programme for the Signage Demo Workshop will be available nearer the show and will take place every day of Fespa Eurasia.