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FESPA Mexico Postponed to September 2021




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FESPA (Dorking, Surrey, England) has announced that FESPA Mexico 2020 has been postponed to Sept. 23-25, 2021. The exhibition was scheduled for Nov. 26-28 at the Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City, and the 2021 event will be held in the same location.

The decision to delay the event was in response to public health crisis and business uncertainty caused by COVID-19. “In May 2020, we took the decision to delay FESPA Mexico until November in the face of the developing pandemic,” FESPA CEO Neil Felton said. “Since then, the impact of COVID-19 in Central America has been dynamic and uncertain. Our number one priority is the health and safety of all of our exhibitors and visitors and we are therefore taking this step to eliminate the risk to all of our participants.”

Instead of the live event, in November FESPA will launch a new online Exhibitor Showroom for its Mexican specialty print community. Per FESPA, the digital platform will allow regional exhibitors to showcase all their latest news, product launches and videos. Visitors and prospects will be able to network virtually with exhibitors to share ideas and initiate discussions on sales.

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