Insite Graphics, the London based large format print specialist, has delivered a full suite of organiser graphics, signage and waymarking to FESPA 2016 for the 10th Digital Wide Format Print Exhibition, the show is currently being held at the RAI Amsterdam and opened on 8 March and closes on 11 March, it marks a decade of the relationship between FESPA held in Europe and Insight Graphics.
A spokesperson from FESPA said, “We are delighted to share our anniversary with Insight Graphics, we have worked well together over the past 10 years and we look forward to continuing our relationship. The Insite Onsite concept provides us with printing facilities at the show, which means we are able to adapt our graphics and signage at the event as and when we need it. We have developed a close working relationship with Insite Graphics that continues to deliver great results.”
Insight Graphics has delivered all the organisers functional signage from floorplans to floor graphics and pillar wraps. Wherever possible Insight Graphics has used ‘soft signage’ created from dye sublimation printed fabrics that deliver rich and intense colours, amongst a host of other benefits.
Chris Berrisford, director of Insite Graphics explained, “By using soft signage we are able to produce a large volume of vibrant graphics for FESPA’s signage needs including wayfinding, it delivers larger graphics with superb colour reproduction, it is light and adaptable as well as being recyclable.”
FESPA provides visitors with the chance to uncover the most popular approaches in screen printing, digital imaging, printing, digital printing and all that is new within the printing industry, attracting nearly 17000 attendees from around the world.
“We are delighted to be the graphics and signage printer for the printers’ show, it is recognition that Insite Graphics can deliver precisely what organisers need with timeliness and flexibility. The Insite Onsite service, where we put printing facilities into the show, has proven invaluable in making sure that everything is ready for the show opening and enables us to respond to anything that may occur whilst the show is open,” concluded Berrisford.