GlassPrint conference and exhibition, Europe’s only event dedicated event to glass decoration, returns to Düsseldorf, Germany on 29-30 November 2017 for the seventh edition.
Following an excellent response to the early-bird delegate and exhibitor registration offer that launched last month, the organisers anticipate the largest GlassPrint event yet, following on from GlassPrint 2015 that was deemed an outstanding success by a record audience of 200 glassmakers, decorators, end-users, suppliers and brand owners from 26 different countries in Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East.
Taking place at the easily accessible Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Düsseldorf, GlassPrint 2017 delegates will benefit from an extensive conference programme that will see industry experts present detailed solutions for flat and hollow glass decoration, covering the latest advanced digital and screen technologies. Industry figureheads will provide keynote presentations and a specially selected panel of glass decoration experts will join together for the GlassPrint LIVE open forum to answer topical questions from the audience.
For a limited time only, delegates can still take advantage of discounted early-bird registration rates at www.glassprint.org. Early-bird exhibitor rates are also available for suppliers of equipment, consumables, technology and services in the accompanying table-top area, where the latest developments in inks, pre-press technology, printing equipment and supplies will be presented to a captive audience of existing and potential customers.
In recognition of its importance on the global glass event calendar GlassPrint is powered by glasstec and sponsored by glassglobal.com, Deutsche Glastechnische Gesellschaft (DGG), SGCDpro and the SGIA. The event is co-organised by ESMA, the European Specialist Printing Manufacturers Association, and Chameleon Business Media.
GlassPrint will be staged immediately after the Direct Container Print conference that will introduce printers, packaging manufacturers and brand owners to the potential of direct to shape container decoration on plastics.
For further information visit www.glassprint.org