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Exhibitors to showcase customisation enabling innovations at Personalisation Experience 2024

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In less than a week, the doors to the second edition of Personalisation Experience and the co-located FESPA Global Print Expo, European Sign Expo and inaugural Sportswear Pro 2024 events (19 to 22 March at the RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands) will open.

 

Personalisation Experience comprises a one day conference with industry expert speakers and a comprehensive exhibition area. The event provides a pivotal platform for industry professionals to explore the latest customisation enabling solutions, from cutting edge design tools and web shop automation software to advanced printing and finishing hardware and consumables, presented by over 90 leading global suppliers.

 

In the Personalisation Experience exhibition space, visitors can explore personalisation enabling software such as easy to use design tools and customer friendly, web to print solutions from suppliers including Antigro Designer, Cre8iveSkill, Kit Builder, Optimus, Printbox, PunchCloud and Shirtinator.

 

GTO SRL, Tajima Europe and ZSK Stickmaschinen are among the suppliers showcasing hardware solutions for embroidery and customised textile and pad printing.

 


Within the co-located events, over 75 further exhibitors are highlighting tools for creative, customised applications, such as 3D printers, heat presses and finishing equipment, from exhibitors including Transmatic, Dongguan Prosub Technology Co and Siser Suppliers including Brother and Dataline Solutions will showcase automation, MIS and workflow software, while visitors interested in DTF and DTG printing machinery and substrates can find products from BestSub Technologies Co Limited and Pals Print & Screen BV.

 

Visitors can also connect with suppliers offering digital printing and finishing equipment for customisation, including Kornit, Mimaki, Agfa, Epson and Roland.

 

The complete line up of exhibitors, as well as further information on the products that can be found on individual stands can be found here: https://www.personalisationexperience.com/visit/exhibitor-list-2024

 

Duncan MacOwan, FESPA’s head of marketing and events, commented: ‘Last year’s Personalisation Experience reaffirmed to us that there was a gap in the market for an event dedicated to customisation. We are thrilled to bring the event back this year to help brand owners and retailers connect with the people, technology and software that can help them take advantage of customisation opportunities. They can explore creative tools and production technologies to capitalise on the customer demand for personalised products and learn how they can make personalisation central to their offering. We have a strong line up of exhibitors showcasing their solutions in the Personalisation Experience exhibition area, and I would encourage visitors to also visit the co-located events, as there is a significant number of suppliers highlighting customisation enabling solutions.’

 

Visitors can also purchase tickets for the Personalisation Experience conference, taking place on 20 March, where they can learn about the power of personalisation and the commercial growth opportunities it represents.

 

Moderated by FESPA’s personalisation ambassador, Richard Askam, the conference will delve into topics such as: creating value with personalisation; aligning productivity and demand; understanding the value of customers’ self expression; and how personalisation has the power to make fashion more circular and emotionally meaningful.

 

In addition to the exhibition and conference, will be the Personalise Make Wear smart factory, showcasing live end to end production and personalisation of sportswear, as well as sports related merchandise. Hosted by FESPA’s textile ambassador and CEO of Textintel, Debbie McKeegan, the smart factory will comprise catwalks showcasing the finished products, fireside chats focused on cutting edge solutions and processes, and expert guided tours of the latest technologies for personalised products. Participating brands include Antigro, Caldera, Bella + Canvas, Greentex, MS Group, Coldenhove, JK Group, Klieverik, Tajima and Dekken, Kornit, InkCups, SEI Laser and Stahls.

 

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