Space selling out for PacPrint 2017

With just over six months to go until PacPrint 2017 throws open its doors in Melbourne next year, organisers say exhibition space is filling up rapidly as major sponsors and suppliers sign on for the show.

Slated to take place at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 23 to 26, PacPrint coordinators have confirmed several high-profile sponsors are now on board including Currie Group and Pozitive as gold sponsors, and Spicers moving into the silver sponsorship.

Roland DG will be the platinum sponsor for PacPrint 2017, following on from its platinum sponsorship of Visual Impact in Sydney last month.

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“Industry support for the event is strong, with exhibition space filling fast and new sponsors coming on board. On the ground, PacPrint is shaping up as the perfect place to connect with the industry’s leading suppliers,” says Visual Connections general manager Peter Harper.

“Names including Agfa, AVS, Canon, Celmac, Currie Group, Cyber, EFI, Epson, ESKO, Flint Group, Fuji Xerox, Graphic Art Mart, HP, Jetmark, Konica Minolta, Mimaki, Multicam, Neopost, Ricoh, Roland, Screen, Spicers, Starleaton and Vivad, will demonstrate the latest technology and solutions, as well as offering ideas and inspiration to help business owners and decision makers plan for future success.”

Despite still being six months away, Harper advises visitors intending to visit to block out the dates in their diaries now – and for those travelling to Melbourne for the show, to book travel and accommodation soon to take advantage of early bird deals

“PacPrint 2017 and the co-located Visual Impact Expo, will be the best opportunity in four years for business owners and decision makers to see the latest trends and technology first-hand and connect with people who can help them shape their businesses for the future,” adds Harper. 

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