The Biggest Event of the Year is Set to be Bigger than Ever
This year’s Labelexpo will be held in Brussels in September, and is predicted to be bigger and better attended than ever.
Last year, Labelexpo 2016 in India exceeded everyone’s expectations in terms of the number of people who turned out and the innovations on display. But this year’s Labelexpo Europe will be even bigger and better. That is the prediction of those at the helm of the biggest event in the labelling industry.
The event will provide everyone with an interest or involvement in custom labels the opportunity to explore the latest tools and products and to network with some of the most influential companies and individuals in the business.
Labelexpo is the largest and most important trade show of the year for those in the labelling and package printing sectors. This year’s event will be across an astonishing nine exhibition halls, and will showcase the very latest technology and materials that are driving the industry forward.
A record 650 exhibitors will have stands, comprising a blend of regulars along with more than 100 first time participants. Among the familiar faces are such household names as Epson, HP Indigo, Durst, Avery Dennison, Fujifilm, Konica Minolta, Sun Chemical and many, many more.
If you are a printer, a brand owner, a designer or have any other involvement in labelling and packaging, it is an event that you really cannot afford to miss.
This year’s event will take place between 25 and 28 September in Brussels, one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. Best known for being the administrative capital of the European Union, it has a fascinating history in its own right, and is home to some of Europe’s best cuisine and culture, as well as its famous Belgian beer. So make sure you factor in a little extra time to see the sights of the city.
Building on past successes
The last Labelexpo took place in Delhi in 2016 and attracted almost 8,000 visitors from all across the globe. It was hailed as an enormous success by organisers Tarsus, and resulted in record sales in comparison to previous events.
The forthcoming event in Brussels will see around three times as many exhibitors as Labelexpo India, so there is optimism in the air that the growth and buoyancy of the overall labelling industry will continue on its positive trajectory, despite the challenges in the broader political and economic environment.
Online registration for Labelexpo Europe is now open, so why not register your interest today? With earlybird discounts, tickets cost just €55 each, so you would be mad to miss out. We look forward to seeing you there!