RotoMetrics has detailed its next European Open House, ‘The Future of Print’, taking place September 27-28 in the UK, and supported by industry associations BPIF Labels, EFIA and Finat.
The company's European Open House has been held every two years since 2012, with growth meaning an extra 40 percent of space has had to be allocated for this year’s installment where more than 400 attendees are anticipated. Read about the 2012 event here, and the 2014 event here.
The two-day biennial event will include a number of presentations from industry partners addressing trends and giving an insight into how the industry will continue to develop and expand. Speakers will also come from the retail world, including frozen food retailer Iceland’s Ian Schofield and Paul Currie, from Lakes Distillery, who will be talking about the creation of new brands and how his company has been successful in doing this.
Rugby World Cup winning coach Sir Clive Woodward will give a keynote presentation. Table-top displays will be on show that will facilitate discussions and enable networking to take place.
Gold sponsors for the event are: Focus Label Machinery, Graphic Republik, Herma, Nilpeter UK, Platinum Paper and Thermal Transfer Solutions. Additional partner sponsors are: AB Graphic, Afinia Label, API Foils, Avery Dennison, Dantex, Epson, GEW, Grafisk Maskinfabrik, GSM UK, JM Heaford, JFM Plates, IST UK, Kodak, Label Traxx, Mark Andy UK, Paragon Inks, Prati, Sandon Global, Xeikon, UPM Raflatac, Vetaphone and Zeller & Gmelin. Industry associations BPIF Labels, EFIA and Finat are also supporting the event BPIF Labels, EFIA and FINAT.
Neil Lilly, RotoMetrics sales director, is responsible for registration and can be contacted at email@example.com. Registration for ‘The Future of Print’ is expected to open towards the end of May.
‘Bringing together a variety of companies, engaged in all sectors, will enable visitors to experience first-hand the exciting developments that are taking place within our industry, and RotoMetrics is looking forward to welcoming them,’ said Lilly.