FESPA seeks input for third global Print Census

FESPA has launched its third global Print Census to provide fresh insight into industry trends and recognise the challenges and opportunities faced by printers and sign makers post-pandemic.

Graeme Richardson-Locke, FESPA’s head of associations and technical lead, said: “At FESPA, our purpose is to deliver education and inspiration to our communities to help them prosper. By hearing from our members and visitors to FESPA’s worldwide events about how trends in the market are impacting their businesses and how the pandemic has changed their ways of working, we can obtain a clear picture of the commercial reality for printers and sign-makers around the world and deepen our understanding of how the market is diversifying.

“This enables us to adapt our products to ensure that, in conjunction with our local associations, we’re providing the right support to help our members to succeed. Delivering these services to our community is more vital than ever and, with an informed view of the commercial backdrop, we can help them make informed decisions to support their recovery and long-term growth.”

The FESPA Print Census survey is available to complete online.

Anyone participating in the FESPA Print Census will receive a copy of the executive summary ahead of it being published and will be entered into a prize draw to win free entry to FESPA Global Print Expo 2023, with two nights’ accommodation included.

An overview of the findings will be published in spring 2023 at FESPA Global Print Expo in Munich, Germany.

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